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Fatal rollover in Armstrong County

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Amarillo, TX - A weekend wreck has claimed the life of an Amarillo man.

The Texas Department of Transportation tells us 18 year old Allan Ignacio Garcia-Serna was driving southbound Saturday morning on US287 near Claude in Armstrong County.

The driver traveled into the center median, steered right and over-corrected which caused the vehicle to overturn.

The passenger, 22 year old Felipe De Jesus Garcia-Serna, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead on scene.

The driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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