Lamesa Motorcyclist Released Following Lubbock Accident - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/17/06

Lamesa Motorcyclist Released Following Lubbock Accident

A Lamesa motorcyclist has been released from the hospital after suffering serious injuries in a collision.

Robert Barrientez was injured Monday morning when his motorcycle ran into the back of another bike. The other motorcycle had slowed down to turn into a driveway in the 500 Block of 40th Street.

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