Rollover Injures Two Teenage Brothers - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/13/03

Rollover Injures Two Teenage Brothers

Two teenage brothers are recovering Wednesday night, after a rollover accident on County Road 3650 near Acuff.

DPS Troopers say, the SUV left the road around 8:30am and flipped at least three times. The driver of the SUV, 16-year-old Ryan Lindsey, was treated and released from University Medical Center. His brother, Reid Lindsey, also 16, was airlifted to UMC and has critical injuries.

Investigators suspect a spilled cup of coffee could have distracted the driver resulting in the rollover.

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