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Benefit Account Set Up to Help Family of Teenager Killed in Accident

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

Friends of a teenager killed in a rollover accident are asking for donations to help pay for his burial.

Luis Castro who was a friend of Robert West said, "Robert was the kindest person I know. He was a fun loving guy who was always able to help someone out. If you needed something he would be there for you."

Robert West died in a car wreck on Highway 44. West was a graduate of King High School -- and he was currently enrolled at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

If you would like to donate to the West funeral fund, you can do so at any Kleberg Bank. There's also a "go fund me" account set up online under the name Robert West.

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