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One man killed in one-vehicle rollover

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One man is killed in a one-vehicle rollover in north Amarillo this afternoon.

It happened on the Dumas Highway frontage road.

Police say there were three or four passengers in the car, two were wearing seatbelts, and the driver was not.

The passengers told police he was driving erratically, he reportedly lost control, causing the truck to flip over and land on him.

Police say the truck was stolen from Brownsfield, Texas.

The wreck is being investigated.

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