NewsChannel 11 Clarifies Story About Construction Accident - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/1/07

NewsChannel 11 Clarifies Story About Construction Accident

Wednesday night in our report on the anniversary of the death of Lubbock construction worker Cody Green, NewsChannel 11 reported that Green was, "hit and killed by a semi speeding through the Marsha Sharp Freeway construction site".

We did not intend to imply in Wednesday night's story that unlawful speeding by a C&R Transportation employee was the cause of Green's death, or that a C&R Transportation truck was operating above the legal speed limit.

As we reported in our initial story on the accident, Green's death was an accident and an investigation found no fault on the part of C&R Transportation or the driver of its truck.

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