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Survivors of "TEXAS" crash listed in stable condition

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The survivor of the crash that claimed the lives of five members of the musical "TEXAS" is in stable condition.

Timothy Johnson was transported to Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo after the car he was in was involved in a wreck with a semi truck on FM 119 and US 287, two miles north of Dumas.

The driver of the semi-truck now identified as Arthur McSay, was also transported to Northwest, but is now also listed in stable condition.

The Department of Public Safety says it is unknown at this time if either men were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash.

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