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State Troopers Investigating Bizarre Car Accident

LACY LAKEVIEW, TX (KXXV) - A bizarre car wreck in Lacy Lakeview on Tuesday has DPS troopers puzzled.

Witnesses tell state troopers they saw a car roll over and the people inside were ejected. After that happened, the people in that wreck showed up at the Knights Inn down the road. Jessica Garcia, a hotel worker checked a man, woman and child into a room.

Garcia says the man was covered in blood.

"His arms and his hands had scrapes and blood and he said he was injured in a fender bender," Garcia said. "Then the woman came in and had blood on her pants and shirt."

Garcia showed News Channel 25 the room they stayed in. When troopers went to investigate, they found bloody towels in the room. There's still some blood on the nearby stairs.

The three only stayed in the room for a short time. Garcia says the woman made a few phone calls. Shortly after, someone driving an 18-wheeler came to pick them up.

Garcia says she didn't think to call the police right away because the hotel get's a lot of people who come in and are bruised up.

"We get a lot of people that come in here with black eyes, scrapes and we don't ever think of calling Bellmead police because they may be trying to get away from that person that did that to them," Garcia said.

The car was recovered and was not reported stolen. Troopers also searched the car and didn't find any drugs, cash or anything suspicious.

At this point, there's no evidence a crime was committed, but the bizarre details have troopers still investigating.
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