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01.2.07

Icy Accident Claims another Victim

A fatal car crash on icy roads last month has claimed another victim's life.

Amarillo police say 20 year old Madison Davis died Saturday from injuries she sustained in a  crash on December 29th.

Davis and two others were in a Lexus that lost control on a slick overpass in the 200 block of 34th. Their car veered in the path of a Buick and both cars collided.
   

Another passenger in the Lexus, 20 year old Amber Vaughn, was killed at the scene.

The other 3 people involved in the crash also sustained injuries.

The Traffic Investigations Unit continues to look in to the incident.

 

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