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Man Fighting For His Life After A Crash This Morning

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NewsWest 9

LOVINGTON- A man was airlifted to a Lubbock hospital after a crash in Lovington this morning.

A pick-up truck owned by Watson Construction Company was parked on the shoulder of US 285.

According to the report the driver of the truck made a U-turn, causing a semi-truck traveling southbound on the highway to T-bone him.

The driver of the pick-up was flown to University Medical Center in Lubbock with life threatening injuries. No one in the semi-truck was injured.

This crash is still under investigation. We are told everyone was wearing their seat belt, and alcohol is not a factor.

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