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One person is dead, three others critically injured after head on collision

Amarillo, TX - One person is dead and three others are critically injured after a head on collision.

The wreck happened around noon Saturday on Tascosa Road between Amarillo and Boys Ranch.

Emergency crews, including firefighters from Potter and Oldham counties were called to the scene to help pull one person from one of the vehicles.

All lanes of traffic were blocked while the scene was being cleared. DPS continues to investigate this wreck.

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