NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Albuquerque police responded Saturday to a car crash involving a pedestrian at Wyoming Blvd. and Central Ave. Police say when they arrived on scene, they learned a woman was struck by a silver Dodge RAM pickup truck while she was crossing Central from the south side of the street.
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They say the pickup truck had just made a right turn from Wyoming onto westbound Central and was changing lanes from the center to the far left lane. That’s when, police say, the woman was hit. They say the woman was not crossing in the crosswalk.
The woman was taken to UNM Hospital and is currently in the ICU. Investigators say alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors in the crash and no charges are pending at this time.