Woman Run Down With Car Outside Lubbock Bar - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/20/05

Woman Run Down With Car Outside Lubbock Bar

Lubbock Police are looking for the driver and passengers of a black Ford Explorer Sport-Trac.

One person is hospitalized after being struck by an SUV in West Lubbock. It happened around 1:20 Friday morning in the 5000 Block of 34th Street. Police say it may have stemmed from an argument at Branch Office Bar. As one group left the bar, a second group allegedly ran a 25-year-old Tanji Garcia down. She was taken to UMC with critical injuries.

The suspect's vehicle, a black Ford Explorer Sport-Trac, was located at the Baytree Apartments at 3333 Toledo. So far, no arrests have been made. The incident remains under investigation.

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