ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A woman is hospitalized Tuesday after an accident at Lead and Washington in Albuquerque.
Police say she was taken to UNM Hospital in critical condition, but is now stabilized.
Authorities are still investigating the crash, but one woman says she knows how it happened.
"All I know is that the young lady driving the little red car blew through the light at Washington and lead at 100 mph" Yolisa Duenas said. "She hit a truck…the truck was like a half a block away from the intersection when she hit."
Tow trucks have already cleared the area.
It is unclear if there were any other injuries.
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