ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A head-on collision near Interstate 40 and Rio Puerco on thefrontage road left three people dead and three others injured onSunday.
Two cars were involved in the wreck, according to DeputyLawrence Koren from the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office.
Koren said a Ford Fusion driven by Alrejean Charley crossed intothe wrong lane and collided with Bernadette Chavez's HondaAccord.
Charley and her brother Sparky Charley died in the vehicle.
Another passenger, Bryan Sandoval, suffered a broken leg and twobroken ankles.
In Chavez's vehicle, her father Remijio Baca died and herdaughter Jessica Chavez suffered two broken legs.
Koren said there were several open beer cans inside of Charley'scar.
Chavez showed no signs of alcohol or impairment.
Interstate 40 was no affected by the wreck, but the frontageroad was closed while police investigated.
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