DPS releases names of drivers killed in collision south of Tahok - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

DPS releases names of drivers killed in collision south of Tahoka

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TAHOKA, TX (KCBD) -

Texas DPS has now released the names of two drivers killed in a collision that happened on US 87 south of Tahoka early Tuesday morning.

DPS says a Ford Explorer driven by 35-year-old Ivan Adam Davila of Horizon City El Paso was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes and collided with a Ford pickup that was traveling southbound around 5:30 a.m. The Ford pickup traveling southbound was driven by Terry Dene Gwin, 42, of Tahoka.

DPS says both vehicles ended up in the center median.

Both drivers were killed in the crash.

The crash happened about four miles south of Tahoka. This crash is still under investigation.

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