FM 179 shut down south of Shallowater after crash involving semi - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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FM 179 shut down south of Shallowater after crash involving semi, SUV

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SHALLOWATER, TX (KCBD) -

Emergency crews are on the scene of a crash that shut down parts of FM 179. The intersection of FM 179 at County Road 6400 (Urusline St.) is closed to all traffic from there north towards the accident scene.

The crash happened just after 11 a.m. and involves an SUV and a semi-truck.

The crash is near the intersection of FM 179 and County Road 2641, south of Shallowater.

DPS tells us the semi was traveling southbound on FM 179 and the Expedition was traveling southbound.

The semi failed to yield right of way to Expedition, causing the Expedition to roll several times.

The driver of semi, Randy Alexander, 68 of Sundown, was not injured.

The driver of Expedition, Jennifer Shannon, 45 of Lubbock, was transported to UMC with incapacitating injuries.

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