Lubbock Traffic Report Shows Decrease In Deadly Accidents - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/18/04

Lubbock Traffic Report Shows Decrease In Deadly Accidents

So far this year there have been fewer traffic fatalities, but more collisions than last year. That statistic comes from a new report issued Tuesday by the Lubbock Police Department.

From January to April of last year there were more than 3,000 accidents, ten of which were deadly. This year, there have been four traffic related deaths out of nearly 4,000 accidents in Lubbock.

To view the complete report, ( click here).

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