Lubbock, TX — A man was killed on Monday night at the Lonestar Event Center in Lubbock after he fell from a roof, police released in a statement on Tuesday. Jubal Colvin, 39, of Abilene was killed on March 11 at Volbeat concert in an accident.
The details of what happened exactly are still being investigated, but police said that Colvin was trying to enter the Volbeat concert but was denied. He then went into a restricted, fenced-off area and fell down about 20 feet from the hillside and landed on the concrete below. The fall critically injured Colvin and he passed away at the hospital a short time later. Police are still investigating the matter and there are varying reports of where Colvin was, how the accident happened, and whether or not there were security issues.
Lonestar Event Center
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