ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - APD responded to a rollover crash at the intersection of Martin Luther King and Oak in Albuquerque around 3:45 p.m. Sunday.
The crash involved two cars, a gold SUV heading eastbound on Martin Luther King, and a gray-blue sedan heading westbound on the same road.
The driver heading eastbound turned in front of the sedan. The westbound vehicle crashed into the other car, causing it to roll and hit a mother and two children who were riding their bikes on Martin Luther King.
One of the children, who is 6 years old, was taken to UNM Hospital with life-threatening injuries and broken bones. Police say the child is in stable condition.
No one else was injured.
Police are still investigating who is at fault in the crash. No one has been charged.
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