Two men have died after a single-vehicle rollover in Randall County.
The Texas Department of Public Safety reports that at 2:26 a.m. Wednesday morning a 1991 Acura Legend was heading south on I-27 around two miles south of Amarillo when the driver failed to drive in a single lane.
The car traveled off the west side of the highway and rolled over multiple times and both occupants were thrown from the vehicle.
At this time, DPS officials have not determined who was driving at the time of the crash.
The occupants, 34-year-old Michael Brown and 35-year-old Cameron Cherb of Amarillo died on the scene.
Both were not wearing seat belts and the crash remains under investigation.