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Four hospitalized following East Lubbock crash

By Ben Lawson  - bio | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - EMS rushed four people to the hospital following a crash in East Lubbock Wednesday morning. Lubbock Police say one person was seriously injured when he was ejected from the pick-up he was riding in.

Authorities have not released any names at this point. We can tell you that the preliminary investigation indicates that the driver of a Ford Sport-Trac failed to yield the right of way at the stop sign at North Guava and collided with a GMC pick-up on Parkway Drive.

The front right passenger of the GMC was ejected. "What we understand right now is that the individual has been stabilized at the hospital, however I don't know what condition he's in," Lubbock Captain Greg Stevens said. 

Captain Stevens says two others in the GMC and the driver of the Ford were also taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. A fifth person, riding in the GMC was not injured.

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