FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) - A pickup barreled into an auto auction Wednesday morning in Farmington and hit two people.
Larrie Wright, 72, told police his foot slipped off the clutch and his truck sped out of control into the auction area.
One auction-goer was pinned underneath the truck and suffered a broken collar bone and ribs.
Another may have a broken leg and has cuts to his head.
Police say there are no charges pending for the driver, but the crash is still under investigation.
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