ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The Bernalillo County Sheriffs Office says a vehicle slammed into a man when he tried running across I-25 around 10:30 p.m. Saturday night.
BCSO says Derrick Cassaus, 28, allegedly crashed at Tramway and Rainbow Road, then drove away from the area and parked his car at a nearby gas station.
Deputies say Cassaus and a passenger took off running, attempting to cross I-25.
The passenger made it, but Cassaus was hit by a vehicle.
He was transported to UNM Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Deputies are still looking for the passenger.
While the roads were looking clearer Friday morning in the Albuquerque area, appearances can be deceiving
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