Motorcycle Accident Leaves Man with Broken Bones - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/30/03

Motorcycle Accident Leaves Man with Broken Bones

A motorcyclist is sent to the hospital with a broken leg and broken hip after an accident early Thursday afternoon.

Lubbock Police say a 21-year-old Hispanic male was going through a red light at the intersection of 19th and Avenue Q when he tried to stop. That caused his bike to slide across the intersection, where he was hit by a van, then bounced into a truck.

The motorcyclist was taken to UMC with serious injuries. Police say he was not wearing a helmet.

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