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Lufkin, TX: Alleged Car Racing Accident on Access Road Injures Greg Hollis, Richard Lowery

Lufkin, TX — Two men in Lufkin were both injured and another was arrested after their cars were in a wreck along the access road for South 1st Street last Friday morning, April 24, 2015. Police said that Richard Lowery, 20, and Greg Hollis, 39, were both hurt and had to be hospitalized after their Dodge Challenger crashed into a Ford Mustang.

This happened around 10:45 a.m. last Friday morning, police said, near the Hobby Lobby store off 1st Street.

According to them, Richard Lowery and Greg Hollis were in a Dodge Challenger (driven by Lowery) and were at a red light on the access road when the light turned green and they began racing John Allen, 20, who was in the Ford Mustang.

As they raced, Lower’s Dodge lost control and crashed into Allen’s Mustang, causing a major accident that spun Lowery’s car into a nearby pole.

Both Lowery and Hollis were taken to a hospital, where Lowery was said to be in serious condition. Allen was later charged with racing.

Map of the Accident

View from the Road

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