Two Vehicles And Two Wrecks; Both Crashed into Buildings - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/30/04

Two Vehicles And Two Wrecks; Both Crashed into Buildings

Driving while intoxicated landed a Lubbock man in jail Tuesday morning, and his pickup - into a house. The crash happened around midnight in the 2500 block of 42nd street. Fortunately, no one in the house was injured. The driver was arrested on drunk driving charges.

Another man was arrested on suspicion of driving drunk, at about the same time. This driver ran his SUV into a fence at the Mission Villa apartments at 5108 Aberdeen. Again, no one was injured in this crash.

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