A Facebook post asking for prayers for the family of Lexi Liles, who was injured in a rodeo accident in Fort Worth over the weekend.
A Facebook post asking for prayers for the family of Lexi Liles, who was injured in a rodeo accident in Fort Worth over the weekend. Facebook screenshot
A Facebook post asking for prayers for the family of Lexi Liles, who was injured in a rodeo accident in Fort Worth over the weekend. Facebook screenshot

Teen critically injured at Fort Worth high school rodeo event

September 21, 2017 09:02 AM

UPDATED September 21, 2017 09:58 PM

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