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DPS identifies man killed in Winkler Co. crash

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WINKLER COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

DPS has identified a man killed in a Winkler Co. crash. 

Brian Ruiz-Olivas, 22, of Andrews, was killed while he was a passenger on Highway 115 on Monday morning. 

The driver, Luis Chavez- Bonilla, 62, was transported to Winkler County Memorial Hospital in Kermit. 

Steven Fear, who collided with them, was not injured in the accident. 

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