Police identify victim in fatal 19th Street crash - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Police identify victim in fatal 19th Street crash

Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder) Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder)
Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder) Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder)
Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder) Crash at 19th Street and Kewannee (Source: KCBD Caleb Holder)
Maxwell Ezell, 24 (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center) Maxwell Ezell, 24 (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

One person is dead and another is facing charges of intoxication manslaughter after a deadly overnight crash at 19th Street and Kewanee Avenue.

Police tell us 24-year-old Maxwell Ezell was driving a Chevy Camaro westbound in in the 6200 block of 19th Street when he struck the back of a Mazda traveling west in front of him.

The Mazda came a stop in the 6300 block of 19th Street. The Camaro continued traveling and struck the back of a Ford pickup truck stopped at the northbound stop sign at 1900 Kewanee.

The driver of the Mazda, a 55-year-old Tanya Jones, was taken by ambulance to UMC. She was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

Ezell was arrested and will face a charge of intoxication manslaughter. He is being held in the Lubbock County Detention Center on a $75,000 bond.

No other injuries were reported.

Officers with LPD's Accident Investigation Division are still investigating this case.

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