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MSU Student Killed In Drunk Driving Accident

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A Midwestern State University Student was killed in a drunk driving rollover accident in Fort Worth.

Fort Worth Police said 23 year-old Kelvin Chazarreta was with three others in a pick-up North-West of the city Tuesday around 2:30 a.m. He wasn't driving. 

Police said they were on a dead end street and the driver tried to make a U-turn, but lost control.  The truck went off the embankment and rolled several times.

Chazarreta was thrown from the vehicle.  He was the only one killed in the accident. 

Police said the driver will be charged with intoxication manslaughter.

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