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9/26/08

Motorcyclist Injured in Wreck

Two people are in custody following a motorcycle accident in West Lubbock Friday morning.

Police say two motorcycles collided just after 2 a.m. Friday morning near 34th Street and Vicksburg, located near Coronado High School. The two drivers then took off running. Moments later, officers found one of the drivers and took him into custody.

The other driver was found unconscious in a nearby backyard. He was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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