DPS Called to Plane Crash Tuesday Morning in Lamb County

LAMB COUNTY, TX - The Texas Department of Public Safety said a plane crashed in Lamb County Tuesday morning.  DPS said the pilot was airlifted to a Lubbock hospital by Aerocare.  DPS also said the Federal Aviation Administration would be investigating.  

The Olton Enterprise said on Facebook that the crash site was “about a quarter mile north of the intersection of US 70 and FM1842.”

The paper also reported that the time of the crash was about 8:30 a.m. 

A spokesman for University Medical Center in Lubbock confirmed the pilot was in critical condition. 

A reporter on scene said the was plane owned by King Ag Aviation in Sudan.

 


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