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9/4/07

Wayland Baptist University Student Killed In Crash

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NewsChannel 11 has learned of yet another traffic accident victim that occurred during Labor Day weekend here in the South Plains.

Wayland Baptist University freshman and baseball player Keean Lilley was killed in a car crash just before 8:00 p.m. Sunday night. He is the 5th person from the South Plains to die in wrecks this Labor day weekend. 

The Amarillo Globe is reporting that the 18-year-old crashed into a pole near Nazareth. That's just west of Tulia. The Globe also reports that five other teens in the vehicle were injured but have since been treated and released.

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