• August 12, 2022

One Injured in Three-Vehicle Crash at 122nd and Frankford in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX — August 11, 2022, one person was injured in a late-afternoon three-vehicle accident at a Lubbock intersection.

Reports say the incident happened just before 5:00 p.m. at 122nd Street and Frankford Avenue. Preliminary investigation suggests only that three vehicles collided in the area for unknown reasons. One person reportedly suffered moderate injuries in the wreck.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Lubbock Car Accident at 122nd and Frankford

Because there's not much information about what happened here, obviously there can't be that much to say in terms of commentary. I only hope that law enforcement will give the matter the careful attention it deserves; too many times over the years I've seen them go with their "gut instincts" and just point fingers at one driver or the other instead of finding out all a crash's details.

I'm not saying it's impossible that one of the drivers made a mistake, but there are other reasons for vehicles to crash. Bad road or weather conditions, vehicle failures or defects, medical emergencies, and many other variables have to be considered and ruled out. Until that happens it's best not to jump to conclusions, and anyone on the sidelines of the investigation should focus their efforts not on guessing or blaming, but rather on helping the injured victim however possible.

One Injured in Three-Vehicle Crash at 122nd and Frankford in Lubbock, TX
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