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Rollover in Carson County possibly caused by winds

Carson County, TX - One person has been hospitalized in Amarillo after a semi tractor trailer rollover on I-40 in Carson County.

Carson County Officers tell us the rollover happened at mile marker 110 on Interstate 40 just after 1:00 Friday morning.

High winds are believed to have caused the accident.

Authorities spent hours clearing debris and removing the damaged vehicle from the scene.

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