Fatal Car Crash Claims Second Victim - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/18/08

Fatal Car Crash Claims Second Victim

A fatal accident Sunday night in North Lubbock has claimed a second victim.

Ruby Hambrick, 65, of Lubbock died at University Medical Center sometime after her Husband, 68-year-old Larry Hambrick died on Sunday night.

Police do not know if he was wearing his seat belt but they believe his wife, Ruby, was wearing one. The driver of a Chevrolet truck crashed head on into the Hambricks' car around 7 p.m. Sunday near North Loop 289 and Clovis Highway.

Police say 21-year old Daniel Travis Ridley crossed the median, hitting the Hambricks' car. Ridley was driving west on the Loop. The Hambricks were driving east. Police say fatigue may have contributed to Ridley losing control of his car.

Ridley was taken to University Medical Center with moderate injuries. Three other people in separate vehicles were also involved but not injured.

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