An 11-year-old Clovis girl was killed when her mother's minivan rolled north of Melrose Friday night.
Sonya Trujillo died at Plains Regional Medical Center, where she was taken following the crash, according to a press release from New Mexico State Police.
Sonya Trujillo was injured when she was ejected from the vehicle as it rolled.
Also ejected were her siblings, 8-year-old Joe Trujillo and 6-year-old Angelo Trujillo. They were flown to a Lubbock hospital where they were last listed as being in critical condition.
Police said the children and a teen passenger, were in a 2001 green Chrysler minivan driven by their mother, 38-year-old Mary Trujillo, and were traveling south on State Road 268 approximately 15 miles north of Melrose just after 10 p.m..
Police determined Mary Trujillo lost control of the van as it drifted west and then rolled three times.
Police said Angelina Montano, 17, and Mary Trujillo were also injured but their current conditions are unknown.
All occupants were initially transported to PRMC, the release said.