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Police, Emergency Crews Respond To 255 Collisions In 18 Hours

The El Paso Police Department and other city emergency service personnel responded to 180 calls regarding traffic collisions during a 13-hour period beginning at 4 p.m. Monday and ending at 5 a.m. Tuesday.

The Pebble Hills and the Lower Valley areas of town accounted for 73 of those collisions calls, while Central and Westside accounted for sixty (60) of the calls. The Northeast, including Spur 601, accounted for 43 calls during the 13-hour period. There were no reported traffic related fatalities during this time period.

Police and emergency crews responded to another 75 calls regarding traffic collisions during a five-hour period from 5 to 10 a.m. Tuesday: 31 in the Central and Westside areas; 16 in the Pebble Hills and Mission Valley areas; and 28 in the Northeast, including Spur 601.

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