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Deadly I-44 Accident

Burkburnett police have released the names of two people killed in an accident on I-44 Sunday.

Police said Gary Grant, 53, and Carrie Henson, 49, died when the motorcycle they were on collided with an SUV. Police say Grant's motorcycle was heading northbound on I-44, when he lost control. Grant tried to correct the bike, but was unable to and hit the SUV head on.

Police say no one in the SUV was hurt. The bodies have been sent to Tarrant County for autopsy.
 

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