Lubbock, TX — A fatal rollover accident early Saturday morning left one man from Lubbock dead along the service road for I-27. Police reported to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal that 33-year old Luis Alberto Guerra was killed at about 1:00 a.m. on Saturday morning (October 5, 2013) when his pickup truck lost control near Abernathy.
Guerra was reportedly driving north along the access road for I-27 early Saturday morning when he lost control of his Chevrolet truck near FM 537 and swerved into the median. The truck the lost traction and overturned multiple times into a ditch, coming to a stop back on the roadway.
Guerra was thrown from the cab of the truck during the rollover and died at the scene from his injuries. Further investigation was expected and it’s not clear why Guerra lost control of his truck.
Scene of the Accident
Early-morning car accidents often have many questions surrounding them, and in my experience handling these types of accidents, most people just want to why the driver may have lost control. There aren’t very many easy answers when it comes to these types of accidents, unfortunately, and the police investigation doesn’t always cover all the bases, so to speak. Often times, having a third-party investigation conducted can be helpful in determining how the accident happened and what took place in the hours leading up to the accident.
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