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State Police: Alcohol, drugs appear to be factors in deadly crash

State Police: Alcohol, drugs appear to be factors in deadly crash

Marian Camacho
December 27, 2018 08:15 AM

GRANT COUNTY, N.M.—State Police say it appears that alcohol and drugs were contributing factors in a deadly crash in Grant County Christmas Eve.

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It happened just before 8:30 p.m. Monday on I-10 between Lordsburg and Deming.

Police say their initial investigation shows 56-year-old Debra J. Harriman of Albuquerque was driving west on I-10 when she left the road for unknown reasons and spun into the eastbound lane crashing into a car heading east.

Harriman was pronounced dead at the scene by medical investigators. The driver and a passenger of the other car sustained unknown injuries.

Police say alcohol and drugs do appear to have been factors in the crash and seatbelts were not properly used.

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