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Texas snowmobile rider Caleb Moore funeral services in Wheeler today

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Wheeler, TX - One family returns to their hometown in the Panhandle as famed Texas snowmobile rider Caleb Moore will be buried in Wheeler today.

Moore, 25, was killed in a crash during the X-games just a week ago.

His brother Colten, was injured attempting the same trick during the same event.

Moore's family is asking for a moment of silence at 5:30 this evening to remember Caleb.

For those who would like to contribute there is a "Give Forward Fund" set up to help pay for his medical bills.

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