ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - State police say they prevented a tragedy by arresting two women driving drunk within an hour in San Juan County.
Cops say both drivers had their children in the car.
State police say they pulled over 32-year-old Jacqueline Foster near Hogback after someone from a local store called police to tell them she had been drinking.
Police say foster had four children, ranging from 2-years-old to 11-years-old in the car.
Within the same hour, state police pulled over 45-year-old Ramona Zamora of Albuquerque for speeding.
Police say Zamora was also drunk and had her two children in the car, age's 4-years-old and 14-years-old.
Both women are charged with DWI, child endangerment and having an open container.
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