Three Texas Panhandle Teens Killed in Jeep Rollover Crash

BORGER, TX – Three teenagers will killed in a rollover crash on Wednesday in the Texas Panhandle.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, on Dec. 7 at around 7:15 p.m., troopers with the Texas DPS were dispatched to Ranch to Market 1319, about two miles northwest of Borger, for the report of a rollover crash.

When they arrived, the troopers discovered a 2008 Jeep Wrangler that had rolled over a number of times. Three people died in the crash; Madison Harris, 18, Kaitlyn Harris, 16, and Jeslyn Harris, 14, of Sanford. They were all pronounced dead on the scene.

The three girls attended Sanford-Fritch ISD. The school district issued a notice asking for people to pray for the Harris Family. "SFISD wishes to express condolences to the Harris family, as they have experienced such a tragic loss," stated the school district. "There will be counselors and clergy available on the SFHS and SFJH campuses for any staff and/or students who need to speak to someone today." 


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