One dead in Saturday Hale Center crash

One dead in Saturday Hale Center crash

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One person is dead and three were hospitalized after a crash near Hale Center.

DPS reports a speeding SUV side-swiped another vehicle on I-27. The SUV reportedly continued driving and the other vehicle lost control, flipped multiple times and landed in a ditch.

Two people were ejected, including Elizabeth Faragoza, 35, of Amarillo, who died at the scene. 

Plainview police stopped the SUV. 

The crash remains under investigation. 

  • Driver of Nissan Samuel Perez Blount, 27 of Amarillo
  • Driver of GMC Carmen Salas, 47 of Amarillo
  • Passenger/Deceased Elizabeth Faragoza, 35 of Amarillo
  • Passenger Juan Quezada, 13 was taken to UMC stable condition
  • Passenger Alicia Sisneros, unknown age also taken to UMC stable condition.

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