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9/3/08

Lubbock Cooper ISD Cancels Activities Following Student's Death

Kelsey Vines Kelsey Vines

Lubbock-Cooper ISD has cancelled all district events through Saturday, following the tragic death of one of its high school students.

Kelsey Vines, 18, was killed in a car accident Tuesday afternoon. Her twin sister, Kayla, was released from Covenant Medical Center Wednesday morning.

Services for Kensey Vines

  • Visitation
    Friday, September 5
    6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    Lakeridge Chapel
    6025 82nd Street
  • Funeral
    Saturday, September 6
    11:00 a.m.

    Indiana Avenue Baptist Church
    98th & Indiana
  • Burial
    Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park

Investigators say Kelsey was driving north on Indiana from Woodrow Road, when an Armor Asphalt gravel truck veered into their lane.

Authorities pronounced Kelsey dead at the scene. The driver of the truck, Pedro Alquarte, 70, was not injured.

Friday Cancellations

  • Football
    Cooper vs. Snyder
    Rescheduled for October 3
  • Volleyball
    Cooper vs. Seminole
    Reschedule TBA
  • Cross Country
    Plainview Meet
    Reschedule TBA

Kelsey was played basketball with the Lady Pirates. Her father is LCISD Deputy Superintendent, Thom Vines. Her mother, Becky, is a long time elementary school teacher.

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