3 injured in 4-car accident Sunday night - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3 injured in 4-car accident Sunday night

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

CORRECTION: An early version of this story said Tierney Marie Ochoa had suffered life-threatening injuries, but she was not injured in this accident. The police report we received this morning was incorrect. KCBD regrets the error.

Lubbock police have released some new information about a wreck that occurred on Marsha Sharp Freeway around 9 p.m. Sunday.

Police say there were four vehicles involved:

  • A 2007 Honda CRV driven by Tierney Marie Ochoa, 22
  • A 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis driven by Pedro Reyes Padilla, 84, with his passenger Felecitas Padilla, 79
  • A 1998 Ford Expedition driven by Aprildawn Rochelle Johnson, 28
  • A 2013 Ford F250 driven by Christopher Scott Elkins, 59, with his passengers Sheri and Kaitlin Elkins, towing a 1989 Rockwood Camper Trailer.

All four vehicles were traveling west on Marsha Sharp Freeway.

Pedro and Felecitas Padilla were both taken to Covenant Hospital. Pedro had serious injuries. Felecitas had moderate injuries. Pedro's injuries were considered life-threatening.

Johnson was taken to UMC with moderate injuries.

We'll continue to update this story as we learn more.

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