Two people were killed and two others were injured on Interstate 550 in San Juan County, New Mexico State Police said. A trip on July 4 ended tragically when a 46-year-old woman died when a tractor collided with a trailer on the Rio Grande. Michael Chavez, who has been named as the father of a 47-year-old man who died after the tractor-trailer collided around 2.30pm on July 4, said children on a bus were evacuated and treated.
The incident occurred on Interstate 550 in San Juan County, New Mexico, which includes the city of Albuquerque, the state capital and the largest city in the United States. Firefighters from the Albuquerque Fire Department and other state and federal agencies arrived at the scene of the accident at about 2: 30 p.m. on July 4, 2016.
Strong winds sent sparks flying for miles, and the fire spread from its base to Los Alamos in New Mexico. The fire spread over 289,478 acres and caused air pollution in the city of Albuquerque and other parts of San Juan County. It spread west, east, south, west and east of Interstate 550 near the city of Las Cruces, N.M., and west of El Paso.
According to the Insurance Information Institute, there were 1,334 wildfires in New Mexico in 2018, burning 382,000 acres. A report from the National Interagency Fire Center in Las Cruces, N.M., shows that 534 fires broke out in July, with the fires burning in all months of the year.
The Whitewater-Baldy Complex fire that broke out in May 2012 is the largest fire ever to have broken out in New Mexico. The Cerro Grande fire is the second-largest wildfire in the state after the Great White Fire of the late 1990s and the third-largest to have erupted since May 2000, according to the Interagency Fire Center.
After putting out the fire, firefighters determined it was caused by a combination of drought, high temperatures and high winds and drought. In addition to the damage caused by the fires, the Healthy Forests Initiative in New Mexico, a federal, comprehensive effort to bring wildfires into the political spotlight, was completed in 2003 under the leadership of former U.S. Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), who launched the Healthy Forests Initiative in 2003. This progress was already underway before the fire at Cerro Grande, but was given an additional boost by the damage caused by the fire at the White Water Baldy complex.
ServiceMaster in Albuquerque and West Mesa contacted the US Forest Service and the Department of Natural Resources in New Mexico to stop the spread of the damage.
Homes and buildings in Albuquerque and Bernalillo, NM, suffered damage from the fire, as did a number of homes in West Mesa, New Mexico and other areas.
ServiceMaster of Albuquerque and West Mesa provides services to rebuild homes and buildings while they are being restored. Normally you will need to call us to repair and repair the damage, but the main services we offer include hoarding detergents, electrical repairs, sanitary repairs and other repair services.
ServiceMaster of Albuquerque and West Mesa provides mold remediation services to homes and businesses in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NM. The Buquerque and West Mesa Service Master also offers water damage recovery services by removing excess water and moisture from your home or business.
ServiceMaster of Albuquerque and West Mesa also provides biohazard and trauma cleaning services to thoroughly clean and disinfect crime scenes of violent crime and accidents. ServiceMaster Albuquerque & West Mountain provides fire repair services by cleaning and repairing homes and businesses affected by fires. The professionals of the Service Master of Buquerque & West Mesa are trained and equipped to ensure the complete remediation of fire damage. We are available 24 hours a day to respond to fires in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, Buquerque, Santa Fe and other locations across the state.
Our service area covers all communities in the northern half of New Mexico, but we have a ServiceMaster franchise in Las Cruces, NM, serving the southern side of the state as well as service areas in Albuquerque, Bernalillo and Santa Fe.
ServiceMaster of Albuquerque and West Mesa provides hoarding cleaning services to help those affected in Albuquerque or Bernalillo, NM, by hoarding their homes and restoring their homes to safe living conditions. ServiceMaster Albuquerque / West Mountain provides cleaning and packing services for personal belongings damaged in disasters in and around Albuquerque, Bernalsillo and NM. We also offer odor removal services to remove odors from homes or businesses in our service areas in Santa Fe, Santa Cruz, Las Cruces and Albuquerque. We also provide storm repair services and help rebuild storm-damaged homes and buildings in New Mexico and New York.
If a fire is caused by dry heat in New Mexico, our independent franchise company can remove smoke, soot and structural damage within a few hours. Please do not hesitate to call a fire damage specialist after the fire broke out on your property. You can also call us at 1-888-743-5555 for more information about the fire brigade.