• January 02, 2017

One Injured in Lubbock, TX, 4-Vehicle Accident by Marsha Sharp

Lubbock, TX -- December 26, 2016, one person was injured after being involved in an accident that occurred just off of Marsha Sharp.

Lubbock Police and emergency teams responded to the accident scene around 9:15 a.m. It took place at the intersection of the Marsha Sharp service road and Slide Road.

Reports indicate that a GMC pickup somehow collided into a Volkswagen Jetta at the intersection. This caused one of the vehicle to veer off-road and hit a utilities pole. The driver of the pickup had to be extricated by rescue workers before being taken to a nearby hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Following this collision, a second crash occurred where a Lubbock police cruiser and a Ford F-150 crashed into each other. Reports have not been clear on whether or not this accident was directly related to the first one.

Reports say one person from this accident had minor injuries though didn't say if they were taken to a hospital.

No further information on either accident is currently available.

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