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Monday, October 26, 2015

LANL worker charged with DWI

 LANL worker charged with DWI - Albuquerque Journal, Oct 23rd

A Los Alamos National Laboratory subcontractor employee was charged with driving while intoxicated for colliding with a bus early in the morning.

According to a report from the Los Alamos Police Department, 51-year-old Richard Atencio, of Espa├▒ola, went into the northbound lane of N.M. 4 in his black Dodge pickup and struck a Los Alamos County Transit bus just after 6:30 a.m. on Oct. 1 near White Rock. Atencio was found in his truck at the bottom of a hill, breathing but not conscious or responding to medics.

He was flown to Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center after initially being treated at the Los Alamos Medical Center. All three people on the bus, including the driver, were unharmed.

Atencio was identified by a LANL badge found in his truck. The badge was immediately returned to lab officials per their request.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I understand this is the guy who stole the radioactive tools etc. from Area G. More LANL "drama".

Anonymous said...

Another day, another LANL scandal in the papers.

Anonymous said...

People get DWIs all the time, especially in New Mexico. Some of them happen to be LANL employees.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it.

Anonymous said...

People get DWIs all the time, especially in New Mexico. Some of them happen to be LANL employees.

October 27, 2015 at 7:34 AM



"It's the same old day-in and day-out safety and security issues at Los Alamos", Dr. Victor "Vic" Reis, former Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs, DP-1, Department of Energy, 1997

Anonymous said...

The very tired, very senior Vic Reis was already beginning to suffer from dementia at the time of this comment.

Anonymous said...

Similarly the privileged children of elected officials.

Neither's personal time pecadillos are the redponsibility of employers or family, yet both suffer from the relationship.

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