The Lubbock Police Department's Major Crash Investigation Unit will be conducting four follow-up crash investigations Wednesday, August 4.

Authorities ask to avoid the following areas is possible and use alternate routes. Delays are to be expected.

The first investigation will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Idalou Road and Loop 289 in northeast Lubbock. Both the southbound access road of Idalou Road and the westbound access road of Loop 289 will be affected. Work at this location is expected to take an hour and a half.

The second investigation will occur in the 3800 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard around 11 a.m. Work here will require the southbound lanes on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and East 38th Street to be closed. The closure should last about an hour.

Their third investigation brings them to the 1100 block of 34th Street at about 12 p.m. Eastbound traffic on 34th Street will be diverted onto Avenue L, while Avenues J and K will be closed. Approximately two hours will be required for this operation.

Lastly, the final investigation will begin around 2 p.m. in the 5500 block of 34th Street. Westbound traffic on 34th Street will be closed and diverted onto Chicago Avenue. Work should last about an hour and a half.

Lubbock Police will send updates on work through LBKAlert. To sign up, click here.

 

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