Pedestrian Killed By Drunk Driver Was New to Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/31/07

Pedestrian Killed By Drunk Driver Was New to Lubbock

NewsChannel 11 is learning more about the man run down by a drunk driver. Matt Henderson, 39, died Monday after he was hit near 15th and University early Sunday morning.

Henderson's family says he just moved from Nashville and recently started working at Automax of Lubbock. He was one of 15 children.

Lubbock Christian University student Jerica Mae Hart, 19, is charged with intoxicated assault. Authorities say the charges could be upgraded to intoxication manslaughter in the coming weeks.

The Henderson family asks in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Matt Henderson scholarship at the Ranch of the Dove Tree.

Services will be in Georgetown on Thursday.

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