The New Mexico State Police was high-speed chasing a kidnapping suspect, with the chase resulting in a collision near New Mexico border on U.S Highway 491, the Colorado State Patrol confirmed.
According to Colorado State Patrol, the New Mexico officers were seeking a black Mitsubishi that was going north toward the Colorado line, Trooper Gary Cutler said. Cutler informed that at 4:45 p.m. the authorities estimated the suspect would get to the Colorado border within 20 minutes, and then at 5:05 p.m. they got info that the vehicle had crashed in New Mexico.
A male driver and a female passenger and a child were in the suspect vehicle. The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office and CSP were responding to the accident when they got a notice that the car crashed in New Mexico.
So far there is no further information about the severity of the accident and if someone was injured in the collision near New Mexico border.
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