Albuquerque PD reviews pursuit policy
Policy review follows incident in which a suspected bank robber lost control of his vehicle and slammed into a car, killing two women
Rozanna M. Martinez and Scott Sandlin
The Albuquerque Police Department will review its pursuit policy after a suspected bank robber lost control of his vehicle and slammed into a car, killing two women, while trying to flee Tuesday.
The driver, Kimberly Aragon-Nunez, 34, died at the scene. Her passenger and coworker, Janice Flores, 28, died from her injuries. Both were mothers of young children who worked with the Women, Infants & Children program in Albuquerque.
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