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Victim in deadly Pecos Co. crash identified

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PECOS COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

One person is dead following a crash in Pecos County on Aug. 18.

Remigio Alvarez-Corona, 60, of Austin was driving a truck tractor on FM 11 east of Imperial, TX, when he entered a curve at an unsafe speed and lost control. The truck left the roadway and rolled over.

Alvarez-Corona died on the scene.

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