Lubbock Man Killed in Three Car Collision - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/25/03

Lubbock Man Killed in Three Car Collision

A Lubbock man was killed in an accident Friday night, at the intersection 98th and MLK.

Texas Department of Public Safety Corporal John Gonzales said the driver of a red Pontiac, 31-year-old Jacob Hernandez of Lubbock, failed to yield the right of way as he pulled out of Carl's Corner liquor store. That's when his car was rear ended by a white Ford, driven by 19-year-old Jessica Huddleston. Her car was then sideswiped by an oncoming van.

Aerocare transported Hernandez to University Medical Center, where he later died. His 18-month-old child was also taken University Medical Center, and has since been released.

Huddleston and her child suffered moderate injuries, and were treated at Covenant Hospital.

No one in the van was injured.

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