• April 14, 2022

Russell Floyd Killed, 3 Injured in Car Accident on Milwaukee Avenue in Lubbock, TX

UPDATE (April 15, 2022): Reports say that one person involved in the crash succumbed to fatal injuries. In reports, officials said that the crash happened as a southbound SUV crashed with an eastbound pickup. The cause of the crash remains unclear. Due to the collision, the pickup driver, identified as 39-year-old Russell Floyd, sustained fatal injuries. Three others were taken to the hospital. No further information is available at this time.

Lubbock, TX -- April 14, 2022, one person was injured as the result of an accident where cars crashed along Milwaukee Avenue.

Right now, the exact series of events surrounding the crash are unavailable. Authorities say it happened at Milwaukee and 19th Street at around 3:30 a.m. At least two vehicles collided, involving four people, reports say. At least one person had serious injuries, but it's unclear if anyone else was taken to the hospital. Investigations are ongoing at this time.

Commentary on Russell Floyd Car Accident in Lubbock

Russell Floyd Car Accident Lubbock, TX

Early in the morning, there can be some serious factors surrounding a crash like this. One common concern in a college town like Lubbock, of course, is drunk driving. A lot of establishments out west routinely break the law by over-serving people, and those businesses can also be held responsible if the person they over-served causes a wreck. This is called dram shop law, and it's an important factor police don't always look into. That said, this is just one of many possibilities. Whether this was alcohol, cell phones, speeding, fatigue, or even something unusual like mechanical defects, making sure experienced professionals are handling things will no doubt be crucial for getting folks the help they deserve.


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