Road Rage Leads To Death of Former Lamesa Man - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/26/08

Road Rage Leads To Death of Former Lamesa Man

A Lamesa man is dead following a road rage accident in Richardson. The victim of the fatal Christmas Eve accident was 31-year-old Christopher Cain Soliz.

Police say the accident was caused by two drivers trying to cut each other off at speeds up to 80 miles per hour. Soliz was headed out for some last minute Christmas shopping when one of the speeding cars broadsided him. The 40-year-old who smashed into Soliz and the 19-year-old who was driving the other car both face manslaughter charges.

 

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