• May 22, 2023

Tyrell Miller Killed, Margaret Sertuche, One Injured in Car Accident in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX — April 30, 2023, Tyrell Miller was killed, and Margaret Sertuche and another were injured in a car accident around 4:29 a.m. in Lubbock.

Sources report the victims were headed west in a Chevy Tahoe in the outer, right lane on S. Loop 289 prior to the crash. Then their vehicle allegedly veered off the road, began to rotate, struck a guardrail just before the exit for Univesity Ave., and overturned. Officials report the vehicle came to a stop on its roof in the center lane of the Highway.

Authorities report Tyrell Miller suffered fatal injuries, while Ms. Sertuche and the second passenger suffered serious injuries.

Investigators have not released what factors led up to the accident.

Tyrell Miller Killed, Margaret Sertuche, One Injured in Car Accident in Lubbock, TX

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