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Identities of Victims Killed in Parade Accident Released

SGM William Lubbers SGM William Lubbers
CWO3 Gary Stouffer CWO3 Gary Stouffer
SGM Lawrence Boivin SGM Lawrence Boivin
SGT Joshua Michael SGT Joshua Michael

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

CITY OF MIDLAND PRESS RELEASE:

Midland Police have confirmed the identity of the four fatality victims in Thursday night's train accident.

37-year-old Marine Corp. CWO3 Gary Stouffer and 47-year-old Army SGM Lawrence Boivin were pronounced dead at the scene. 34-year-old Army SGT Joshua Michael and 43-year-old Army SGM William Lubbers were transported and later pronounced dead at Midland Memorial Hospital.

As of 7:00am, five victims remain at the hospital (four in stable, one in critical), and one is currently in critical condition at University Medical Center in Lubbock.

The National Transportation Safety Board has arrived at the scene of the incident and they are working in coordination with other agencies on the investigation.
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