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Deputies on scene at MSF at Slide Rd. access road, traffic backing up

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Marsha Sharp Freeway (Source: TxDOT) Marsha Sharp Freeway (Source: TxDOT)
MSF at Quaker Ave. (Source: TXDOT) MSF at Quaker Ave. (Source: TXDOT)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Traffic is backed up on the Marsha Sharp Freeway and Slide Road.

Officials with the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office desk say it is a traffic stop.

The KCBD crew on scene says there are three Lubbock Sheriff's Office units on the westbound access road of Marsha Sharp Freeway near Slide Road. A black SUV is pulled over.

Traffic for westbound motorists is backed up to Quaker Ave. and traffic on the freeway is backed up due to construction.

Motorists are asked to avoid the area if possible.

Eastbound lanes are not affected.

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