Lubbock, TXPosted by
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Lubbock’s Most Dangerous Intersection

Accidents happen on a regular basis at this spot. I don't understand what's so hard to get about this intersection. It's only two Loop 289 access roads with two I-27 access roads that go under Loop 289 and above Interstate 27 with one-way roads and four-way stops. Yes, you read that correctly.
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Talk 1340

Is It Illegal to Pull-Through a Parking Space in Texas?

This may sound a little odd, but it's true: everyone has their favorite way to park. Whether you’re the type to spend as long as possible to get a spot close to the storefront, park towards the back to be away from most of the traffic or back into your spot to make it easier when you leave, they're all valid and reasonable methods.
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Fatal accident near Ropesville results in indictment, arrest of 76-year-old

Paul Pinkston, 76, of Lubbock, was arrested Thursday for the offense intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle. Pinkston was indicted by a Hockley County grand jury last week, which was unsealed Friday. According to the indictment, on or about March 11, Pinkston operated a vehicle in a public place while intoxicated and caused the death of Case Dwayne Clark, 22, by accident, or mistake, namely by driving his vehicle into oncoming traffic and striking the motorcycle Clark was driving.
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LPD conducting follow-up crash investigations Friday morning

The Major Crash Investigation Unit will conduct four follow-up crash investigations starting at 9 a.m. June 11. The unit will start their investigations at the intersection of 19th Street and Slide Road. All lanes will be closed at this intersection, with traffic being rerouted back the direction they came from. This operation is expected to take approximately an hour and a half.
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