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Lubbock man, 82, killed in motorcycle accident

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A motorcycle accident on 58th and Indiana just after noon Tuesday claimed the life of a Lubbock man.

Delbert McRoberts, 82, died from injuries he sustained when his motorcycle ran into another vehicle. Police say McRoberts ran a red light and crashed into a turning van. No one in the van was injured.

McRoberts was wearing a helmet, police say. Northbound lanes of Indiana near the accident were shut down during the investigation.

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