DPS to continue investigation Sunday of Hwy 114 rollover from Fr - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

DPS to continue investigation Sunday of Hwy 114 rollover from Friday

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Starting Sunday morning The Texas Department of Public Safety will be conducting an ongoing investigation of a one vehicle rollover that occurred on Friday. 

DPS will be on scene starting at 7 a.m. Sunday on TX 114 and just east of FM 2378,

DPS encourages traffic to slow down and also to expect delays. If at all possible you are encouraged to find an alternate route.

The DPS will be out there for several hours, as the crash scene covered both west bound and east bound lanes of TX 114.

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