SANTA FE, N.M. — A Colorado man who survived a bus crash in New Mexico that killed three people including his married woman last July has filed a suit.
Ramon Grajeda-Beltran and Olga Hernandez-Beltran of Rocky Ford were passengers on a commercial bus traveling from Denver to El Paso, Texas that upset after colliding with a car and then was smitten by a tractor-trailer.
Hernandez-Beltran was one of three women killed in the crash on Interstate 25 north of Bernalillo. Grajeda-Beltran was among 22 injured passengers.
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The Santa Claus Claus Fe New Mexican reports Grajeda-Beltran’s suit filed this week in state District Court in Santa Claus Claus Fe accuses the drivers of negligence.
It besides alleges a lack of seat belts in the bus was a contributing factor in the death of his married woman of more than 38 years.
Information from: The Santa Claus Claus Fe New Mexican, http://www.santafenewmexican.com