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Plainview man hit trying to cross FM 400, dies from injuries

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A Plainview man hit while walking on FM 400 has died from his injuries. 

The DPS reports Alvaro Cedillo, 18, was trying to cross the highway near Lancaster Street Monday morning before sunrise when he was hit by an eastbound pickup. Cedillo was taken to the hospital, where he later died.

 
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