• October 21, 2022

Motorcyclist Injured in Car Accident on 82nd Street in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX -- October 20, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle and a car crashed on 82nd Street.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of 82nd Street and University Avenue.

Right now, the cause of the crash remains unclear. It appears a motorcycle and a passenger car crashed, causing the motorcyclist to sustain serious injuries.

At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Motorcycle Accident at 82nd and University in Lubbock

Motorcyclist Injured in Car Accident on 82nd Street in Lubbock, TX

A late night crash in a college town pretty much always warrants investigation into the possibility of alcohol--especially out in West Texas. I don't say this to insult anyone, of course. It's simply that rates of drunk driving out there are high, and college towns have no shortage of businesses willing to illegally over-serve people.

Considering they can be liable under dram shop law, steps should be taken to see if there are avenues to get the victims the help they need. Of course, it's possible there were other circumstances that led to this crash. Investigators should have the experience to look into both common and uncommon factors so nothing important slips through the cracks.

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