• May 30, 2017

Two Injured in Lubbock, TX, Bar Fight Accident at El Patron

Lubbock, TX -- May 26, 2017, two people were seriously injured following an accident where a bar fight took place at the El Patron Bar.

The Lubbock Police Department reported that the accident took place at around 1:20 a.m. at El Patron, a bar located at 2232 East 48th Street.

Preliminary investigations indicate that two different groups of people had somehow gotten into an altercation at the bar. The fight eventually led out into the parking lot. In the process, one person was run over by a vehicle that then fled the scene.

By the time emergency services arrived, those involved in the fight had left the scene. Authorities were able to track down the initial victim to a nearby hospital. That person, a 26-year-old man, was in serious condition.

Near the time of the fight, a second person was hit by a vehicle a few blocks away near 46th Street and Vanda Avenue. That person was also taken to a hospital in serious condition.

Police have not confirmed a suspect driver at this time. Their investigations are ongoing.

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