• October 24, 2023

Joey Maes Killed in Single-car Accident on in Lubbock, TX

UPDATE (November 7, 2023): Reports indicate that 49-year-old Joey Maes was traveling in a westbound Toyota Camry on Erskine Street when he ran a stop sign at the Milwaukee Avenue intersection before going off the roadway. The Camry reportedly slid sideways before beginning to roll, striking a wooden fence before coming to a stop on its roof. The cause of the accident has not yet been confirmed.

UPDATE (October 25, 2023): The victim in the incident has been identified as 49-year-old Joey Maes.

Lubbock, TX — October 23, 2023, one person was killed in a single-car accident at 2:05 in the morning along Erskine Avenue.

Reports indicate that the incident occurred in the block of Erskine Avenue between Milwaukee Avenue and Upland Ave.

Joey Maes Killed in Single-car Accident on in Lubbock, TX

According to authorities, emergency services were called to the scene of an accident described as a "traffic crash with injuries." However, upon arrival, there was one person pronounced dead at the scene; no other injuries or fatalities were reported in connection with this accident.

The westbound lanes along the 6600 block of Erskine Avenue were temporarily closed as a result of the incident. The cause of this accident is still unknown; the incident is under investigation and there are no further details available at this point in time.

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