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Cops: Drunk driver hit road construction worker

Donald Moses (Source: Lubbock Police Dept.) Donald Moses (Source: Lubbock Police Dept.)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A car accident in west Lubbock Sunday night sent a construction worker to the hospital.

Around 11:40 p.m., police say Steven Keller was working with a construction crew doing roadwork at 42nd and Slide Road when he was hit by a car.

The car was driven by Donald Moses, 25, who police say also hit a traffic signal at the intersection.

Keller, who was performing microsurfacing work for the city of Lubbock, was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but his condition was upgraded to satisfactory on Monday.

Moses was arrested and is now charged with intoxication assault and failure to stop and render aid.

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