Lubbock couple killed in Scurry County collision - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/8/09

Lubbock couple killed in Scurry County collision

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - NewsChannel 11 has learned a Lubbock couple was killed after a collision with a school bus in Scurry County. Texas Department of Public Safety says a van failed to yield the right of way and t-boned the school bus just east of Snyder, on Highways 180 and 84.

The driver of the van, 75-year-old David Nutt of Lubbock was killed. His wife, Doris, who was 71, was rushed by Aerocare to UMC, where she later died. There were three children on the bus. But they were taken to a Snyder hospital with just minor injuries.

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