More details emerged about the crash of the second semi truck that lost its haul of crushed cars on N.M. 4 on Friday.
The crash closed the road for the second straight day heading into the Jemez Mountains, causing headaches for those commuting and vacationing in the area.
The second crash occurred at the first hairpin turn on N.M. 4 before the West Jemez intersection.
Los Alamos police officer Albert Rael was first on the scene and he first talked with the driver of the truck, Miguel Machain Espinoza.
Rael asked Espinoza how the accident happened.
According to the narrative from the police report, Espinoza said he was going around the turn about 2 mph and he was trying to use as much of the road as possible.