• November 11, 2022

One Injured in Car Accident at 50th and University in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX — November 11, 2022, one person was injured in an early-morning single-vehicle accident on 50th Street in Lubbock.

Authorities say the incident happened around 2:30 a.m. on 50th Street at University Avenue. It's not clear what happened yet or why, but a vehicle reportedly crashed in the area and one person suffered moderate injuries.

The cause and circumstances of the wreck are still under investigation.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Lubbock Car Accident at 50th and University

When a crash like this one happens late at night in a college town like Lubbock, many folks are probably ready to point fingers at impairment as a likely factor. I can't say that's impossible; alcohol is behind a great many crashes with details like this one, and if investigators find proof it played a part here then a local business may be liable for the victim's injuries due to dram shop law.

HOWEVER, just because alcohol is a possibility doesn't mean it can be taken for granted. There are many other factors, both common and less so, that could just as easily have contributed to or even caused this crash. That's why it's important to investigate carefully and ensure no critical details slip through the cracks. Click below to read more.

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