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Rosary, visitation announced for Segundo Garcia

36-year-old Segundo Garcia (Source: Facebook) 36-year-old Segundo Garcia (Source: Facebook)
PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) -

A rosary and visitation time have been announced for Segundo Garcia, who was killed in Lubbock on Friday after he was hit by a vehicle on Avenue Q.

Bartley Funeral Home in Plainview will host the Rosary from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday in its chapel at 1200 S. Interstate 27. Garcia was a resident of Plainview and was 36-years-old when he died. 

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