Firefighters rescued a person trapped in a car that crashed Saturday night on Interstate 25 south of Santa Fe near Glorieta.

Two other vehicles were involved in the crash, which occurred just before 9 p.m., said Dusty Francisco, a New Mexico State Police spokesman. 

The person who was trapped was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life threatening. At least one other person was injured in the crash, Francisco said.  

Police continued to investigate the accident Sunday.

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W.A. Russell

Driving past this accident last night one would the thought everyone involved would have perished. It’s truly a miracle if all survived this accident. One car was completely a flame and the second looked disintegrated. The 50 or so yards between the two vehicles was completely littered with debris.

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