According to KRQE, two people who perished in a tragic collision close to Santa Fe on Thursday, February 8, 2024, were named as Jordan Dwyer and Landon Crossley. They were traveling from Texas to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, to go skiing with two other men when they were hit by an intoxicated driver who was traveling on the incorrect side of the road.
When Scott Sullivan, 51, of Topanga, California, was driving inebriated on the wrong side of the road on U.S. 84/285 just north of Sante Fe, Jordan Dwyer, 26, and Landon Crossley, 26, were apparently in a Ram pickup truck with two other occupants.
The Ram’s driver, Jordan Dwyer, and passenger, Landon Crossley, perished at the site. Two further Ram drivers were injured and sent to a nearby hospital.
Landon Crossley And Jordan Dwyer Were Good Friends
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office provided details of the collision, stating that at approximately 11 p.m. on Thursday, dispatchers were called in regarding a driver who was traveling the wrong way close to mile marker 172 of U.S. Highway 84/285.
The pickup truck traveling the correct way and a Jeep traveling south in the northbound lane crashed head-on on the highway near the North Tesuque Interchange, according to dispatch, which alerted Santa Fe County authorities as they were approaching the scene.
When the authorities arrived, they discovered Jordan Dwyer, the driver of the pickup, and Landon Crossley, the passenger in the back, dead at the site. The pickup’s two additional occupants were sent to Christus St. Vincent Hospital.