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Amarillo Blvd. wreck sends two to hospital

Amarillo, TX - An overnight Amarillo wreck sends two people to the hospital.

Police say the accident happened around 10:30 Wednesday night at the intersection of Taylor Street and Amarillo Boulevard.

An SUV rear-ended a pickup truck, sending both people in the truck to the hospital.

The condition of the two is still unknown at this time, while the driver of the SUV was uninjured.

Police believe alcohol did play a factor in this wreck.

The accident remains under investigation.

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