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Lubbock man sentenced to six years in prison for deadly 2013 crash

Scott Folkerts at Lubbock County Courthouse (Source: KCBD) Scott Folkerts at Lubbock County Courthouse (Source: KCBD)
LUBBOCK COUNTY, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock man will serve six years in the Texas Department of Corrections for a 2013 deadly crash. 

The sentencing took place Monday afternoon.

Last week, Scott Folkerts pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the crash that killed 36-year-old Drew Baize.

Authorities say Folkerts was drunk when he lost control of his vehicle on 82nd Street and crashed into another vehicle.

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