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8/30/10

One teen remains hospitalized after Friday night rollover

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - One teenager remains hospitalized Monday evening after an accident Friday night, just south of Woodrow. It happened at County Road 7700, or 178th Street, near the Tahoka Highway.

DPS Troopers say the car rolled over after the driver lost control. Two people were thrown from the car and were hospitalized with what the DPS described as critical injuries.  The Lubbock-Cooper School District was able to tell us that only one person remains hospitalized but specific information on that one person's condition was not available.  Their names have not been released.  DPS says that speed was a factor in the crash.

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