Funeral arrangements set for man killed in motorcycle accident - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Funeral arrangements set for long-time LP&L employee killed in motorcycle accident

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Funeral arrangements have been set for a man killed in a motorcycle accident. Vance Boling, 48, was on his way to work downtown Friday morning when his motorcycle collided with a Chevy Avalanche in the middle of the intersection.

Accident Investigators were called to the scene. Police say the driver of the Avalanche, 25-year-old Angela Rodriguez was heading south bound on Avenue Q. She was making a left turn to go east onto 34th Street. Boling was headed north on Avenue Q.

"Initial witness accounts say the avalanche was turning on a green arrow but we are going to determine the actual state of the lights at the time," said Captain Scott Hudgens with the Lubbock Police Department.

Boling was taken to University Medical Center where he died. Police say he was not wearing a helmet. EMS took Rodriguez to Covenant Medical Center with minor injuries.

Lights at the intersection had been blinking, but were working properly at the time of the accident.

Boling's funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 20th at Sanders Funeral Home.

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