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One of the Five People Injured In Crash Dies

One of the five victims in the crash early Sunday morning has died.

United Regional told Newschannel 6 Lakarl Williams, 18, died Monday afternoon.

Wichita Falls Police said in a release early Monday that Marquis was driving an SUV east on Kell Freeway in Wichita Falls around 1:00a.m.  The 18-year-old lost control of the vehicle and ran into a grass median.  The SUV flipped multiple times before coming to a stop on the westbound lanes of Kell Freeway.

Police said everyone in the vehicle was ejected.  Dennis had four passengers in the vehicle.  Derrick Harley, Lakarl Williams, Xavion Smith-Williams, and Kamary Williams were all taken to United Regional.  Dennis was airlifted to Dallas.  Kamary was listed in good condition.

The injuries and conditions of the others aren’t known at this time.

Police are investigating the cause of the crash.

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