Lubbock Man Runs Red Light, Crashes Motorcycle Into Woman’s SUV
A Lubbock man was involved in a motorcycle collision in Southwest Lubbock Thursday evening, May 26th.
Lubbock Police Department officers were called to the intersection of 82nd Street and Upland Avenue shortly after 8:30 p.m. Thursday night. KAMC news reports that the Lubbock Police Department’s Major Crash Unit’s investigation report into the incident revealed that 51-year-old Troy Locke was traveling eastbound on 82nd Street while riding his motorcycle and ran a red light. The traffic law violation resulted in Locke colliding his motorcycle with an SUV belonging to 46-year-old Tammy Lowery. Lowery was heading west and turning onto Upland Avenue before Locke initially collided with her vehicle.
When Lubbock emergency crews arrived on the scene they determined Locke had sustained serious injuries and he was taken by ambulance to University Medical Center. Lowery only suffered minor injuries in the collision. There is no update on Locke's condition as of this article’s publication or whether he’s still being treated for his injuries.
No arrests have been made as of Friday, May 27th. The investigation into the collision is still currently on-going.