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Deadly Accident Victim Identified

The Wichita Falls Police Department has identified the victim in a deadly Thursday night crash as 25-year-old David Anthony Brasket.

Police said Brasket was driving a 2002 Ford Explorer with two other people in the car. They were headed northbound in the 300 block of Loop 11 around 11:00 p.m. Thursday when Brasket lost control of the SUV. The vehicle hit a curb and rolled several times.

Police said Brasket was thrown from the car. He was killed, but the two other people in the SUV were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police are performing toxicology tests to determine whether alcohol was a factor in this crash.

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