Lubbock Teen Killed in West Lubbock Collision - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/10/03

Lubbock Teen Killed in West Lubbock Collision

18-year-old Timothy Baggett of Lubbock was pronounced dead at the scene. Baggett was the front seat passenger in a 1985 Mercury Marquis driven by 18-year-old Gary McMennamy, also of Lubbock . Witnesses say McMennamy was driving east on Brownfield Highway , and failed to yield the right of way as he attempted to make a left hand turn onto Upland Avenue.

The Marquis was struck in the right front passenger side by a 2000 Dodge Ram headed west on the Brownfield Highway . The truck was driven by 22-year-old Brandon Anderson, of Lubbock . Paramedics transported Anderson, and his 19-year-old passenger, Priscilla Sexton of Lubbock , to University Medical Center . Both were treated for minor injuries, and released.

McMennamy was also taken to U.M.C., with non-life threatening injuries. As of Tuesday morning, he was listed in satisfactory condition.

Capt. Richard Foster of the Lubbock Police Department says weather does not appear to be a factor in the collision. The results of toxicology tests were not yet available.

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