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Lubbock police urge citizens to stay off roads, fill out crash reports online

Provided by Lubbock Police Department

Local roads continue to cover in ice causing serious vehicle accidents all over the city.

If you are involved in an accident, you may be able to complete a form yourself without having to wait for an officer.

If no one is injured, if your vehicle can be driven away, and if you have insurance, you may exchange information and fill out a form provided by the DPS or the state website www.txdot.gov.

Once on the site, click on Forms and Publications, Most Requested Forms, and Driver's Crash Report.

Or follow this link: http://www.txdot.gov/driver/laws/crash-reports.html

For further information on road conditions visit:

http://www.drivetexas.org/Full/

 

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