A 20-year-old Santa Fe woman was hospitalized Thursday with injuries suffered in an early morning collision after she allegedly ran a stop sign southwest of Santa Fe.
Santa Fe police say Keisha Salinas of Santa Fe was turning right from Mutt Nelson Road onto the west frontage road of Interstate 25 at about 6:50 a.m. when her silver Pontiac sedan was T-boned, sending her car rolling off the roadway.
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Lt. Louis Carlos said Salinas was transported to Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center where her prognosis was still unknown Thursday morning.
Her vehicle was hit by a Ford F150 pickup driven by Donald Anaya, 59, of Santa Fe. He was treated at the hospital for minor injuries.
Salinas is charged with careless driving and driving on a suspended license.
"We do not know if alcohol was a factor at this point," Carlos said.
Traffic both northbound and southbound on the frontage road was blocked for about an hour following the crash.
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