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Head-On Collision, Highway 136 & Webb Road

A horrible wreck causes one person to be LifeStared to the hospital in critical condition and another taken into custody after a head on collision this evening off of Highway 136 and Webb Road in northeast Amarillo.

One of the drivers is in DPS custody tonight. He reportedly refused medical treatment at the scene, but officers treated him for minor injuries anyway and then booked him into Potter County Jail.

 They did not say why he was taken into custody. We will continue to follow this story for and give you updates as they become available.

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