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1/27/06

Hit and Run Suspect Turns Himself In

Lubbock police didn't have to search long for a suspect who fled the scene of an accident Thursday. Police say the driver who caused an accident turned himself in Friday. It happened near North Loop 289 and I-27, around 7:30 Thursday.

Police say the man jumped out of his vehicle after he collided with another car on the access road. The two people in that car suffered serious injuries.

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