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Lubbock Man Dies Four Months After Crash

A Lubbock man has died more than four months after he crashed into a house.

It happened on October 31, 2005 at 98th and Bangor. Police say 53-year-old Kenneth Featherston had a heart attack and that caused him to crash into a home. Two people were inside at the time, but neither was hurt. Featherston had been in a coma ever since then. He died Monday.

The family has set up a fund to help pay for funeral services. If you would like to help, you can make a donation at any branch of Plains Capital Bank.

10/31/05
Driver Crashes Into Home After Suffering Heart Attack
Police say the driver had a heart attack, lost consciousness and lost control of his truck.

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