Nebraska Volleyball player hit on O Street

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Nebraska Volleyball is coming off another big win over a top ranked opponent, but a crash involving one of its players is getting a lot of the attention.

After taking down Kentucky, Head Coach John Cook revealed Lindsay Krause was involved in a crash.

He said she was rear-ended on O Street by someone who was speeding all over the place.

Cook added he’s hoping Lincoln’s mayor and the chief of police hear his concerns, as this sort of reckless driving is far too common.

Coach Cook said “That’s what so frustrating. I drive on O Street all the time and several times I want to call 911. Drivers just abuse O Street and speed up and down. Sure enough, I was on O Street that day too, because we were off that day. I went to Whole Foods and she was by Chick-fil-A. Some dude came flying, smacked her and took off. It shouldn’t be happening in Lincoln.”

Krause practiced for about 10 minutes on Sunday, but wasn’t able to play in the game.

Just a couple of weeks ago, LPD announced the results of its latest O Street traffic enforcement campaign.

There were more than 660 citations and arrests combined over the summer months.

That included nearly 200 speeding citations alone and almost 60 warnings for speeding as well.

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