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Truck driver in critical condition, family asks for donations

Amarillo, TX - The truck driver involved in Sunday night's wreck that claimed the lives of five teens is still in critical condition at a Lubbock burn unit.

Zeke Garcia was driving a gas tanker when a 16 year-old driver ran a stop sign and crashed into his truck, causing both vehicles to catch fire.

Garcia's family says he has a long road ahead of him, looking at months of recovery and years of physical therapy.

The family has set up an account with Amarillo National Bank to take donations to help them through this time.

Here is the information you need to make a donation:

Amarillo National Bank
Account name: Kimberly Garcia
Account number: 25016083

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