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11/19/05

Friday Night Crash Leaves Two Dead

A crash near Wolfforth Friday night killed two Brownfield residents. DPS says Jack Basden was attempting to turn onto FM 1585 from Highway 62-82 near Wolfforth around 11:30pm. That's when 21-year-old Jose Barrera Jr. struck the back of his Mac truck. DPS says the truck was blocking the East and West bound lanes of 62-82. The impact sheared off the top of the Barrera's car killing him and his passenger, 20-year-old Jolynn Grimaldo.

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