Lubbock woman killed in traffic accident Saturday - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock woman killed in traffic accident Saturday

A Saturday morning car accident claimed the life of Sherri Hendrix, 45, of Lubbock. The accident remains under investigation, but police say Hendrix was killed by an oncoming vehicle.

Police say that Hendrix was at a stop sign near the 1700 hundred block of East Cornell when she pulled out in front of a Chevrolet Malibu that was traveling north on Martin Luther King Blvd.

All occupants and the driver from the Malibu were transported to Covenant Medical Center for injuries by EMS.

Hendrix was transported to University Medical Center by EMS. She was pronounced dead at the hospital. According to the police report, Hendrix was wearing her seatbelt.

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