Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief

1 seriously injured in morning shooting, time finalized for Tech’s College World Series game and Olton couple killed after freak-crash near Plainview

Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief
Daybreak Today

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On Daybreak Today, one person was seriously injured after a shooting this morning in the 3500 block of East Baylor Street.

  • Police reported to the area around 2:30 a.m. after a “shots fired” callout.
  • The person injured was said to have drove to the hospital in a private vehicle.
  • The story will be updated here: 1 seriously injured after overnight shooting

Lubbock County Commissioners have made a promise to make the search for a new company to work with the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office as transparent as possible.

  • Last week the company that runs the medical examiners office announced it would not continue work after its contract expired in September.
  • Along with that, county commissioners also asked to see if the company, National Autopsy Assay Group, had insured -- which it proved last week.
  • Read the latest updates on the M.E.'s office here: Commissioners receive copy of NAAG insurance

After securing a spot in the NCAA College World Series, the Texas Tech Red Raiders are officially set for a 1 p.m. game against Michigan on Saturday.

An Olton couple has died after a flatbed trailer being pulled by a truck disconnected and hit their vehicle head-on Monday afternoon.

  • Law enforcement officials report Eduardo and Rosalba Dorantes died after being flown to University Medical Center following the crash.
  • There was a passenger in the back seat of the Dorantes’ vehicle, however, that person has not been identified.
  • Read more updates here: 2 killed, one in serious condition following crash near Plainview

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