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Preliminary Autopsy Results In For Suspicious Death

Preliminary autopsy results in the death of an 18 year old Palo Duro High School student indicate no signs of foul play.

The Potter-Randall Special Crimes Unit says Wesley Hernandez was not a victim of Homicide, and say his death was caused by inhaling combustible products. Hernandez was found Thursday afternoon in a dumpster behind a home in the 18-hundred block of N. Orange street in Amarillo.

The case will remain under investigation as officers wait for final autopsy results.

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