Euless Police are investigating a shooting incident at an apartment complex near the 1000 block of E. Ash Lane.
Preliminary information indicates at least one person has been shot and transported to Baylor Grapevine with undisclosed injuries. There were reports of at least one additional injured person, but those reports are not confirmed at this time.
Witnesses reported seeing a white SUV, possibly a Range Rover or a Jeep, flee the location, but it sounds like police have possibly located the vehicle abandoned not far from the scene.
Expect heavy police presence in this area. It is best to avoid.
The Arlington Police Department is investigating a major crash this morning that claimed the life of one driver.
At around 7:45AM, Arlington Fire/EMS and Police were dispatched to a major accident in the 1900 block of E. Division Street near Stadium Drive, just south of Globe Life Park.
Preliminary details indicate that a passenger vehicle was leaving a business parking lot and attempted to turn eastbound onto Division Street. As the driver was turning, the vehicle was struck by a box truck traveling westbound on Division Street.
The driver of the passenger vehicle, identified as a 27-year-old female from Dallas, was pronounced deceased on the scene. The other occupants in the truck were not injured.
The Richardson Police Department has released an update regarding this morning’s auto-pedestrian crash at Plano Road and Lookout Drive.
This morning at approximately 6:45AM, Richardson PD and FD/EMS responded to a crash at the intersection of N. Plano Road and E. Lookout Drive. The driver of a pickup truck was traveling northbound on Plano Road and struck a pedestrian at the given intersection.
Police say the pedestrian was utilizing the crosswalk on the south side of the intersection, but it was not released who had the right of way.
The victim has been identified as a 55-year-old man from Dallas.
The driver of the truck stopped at the scene and was uninjured.
The crash remains under investigation.
Here is an update to the crash we posted yesterday that closed all lanes of westbound I20 at Main Street in Duncanville.
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a major crash at around 2:05PM yesterday along westbound I20 and Main Street.
Police say the driver of an SUV was traveling along the highway and clipped a TxDOT work truck on the shoulder of the interstate, causing her to hit a second work truck before the vehicle came to rest in the middle of the freeway.
The driver has been identified as a 51-year-old female. Three people riding in the second work truck were also transported to Methodist Hospital in stable condition with minor injuries.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
Here is an update to the crash we posted on Sunday morning.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office has confirmed two teenagers were the victims who died in a serious vehicle crash early Sunday morning.
Fort Worth FD, PD, and MedStar all responded to the scene at 4850 S. Riverside Drive near Glen Eden Drive around 2:30AM. Multiple ambulances were called to the scene.
Two people, now both identified as 18-year-old females, were declared deceased on the scene. Three others were injured.
Officials have not released any additional details on the crash.
Richardson PD are investigating an auto pedestrian crash at the intersection of N. Plano Road and E. Lookout Drive.
Northbound lanes of Plano Road were closed, but two have since been reopened. The crash happened around 7:30AM this morning.
Police say one person has been taken to the hospital. Extent of injuries and condition was not disclosed.
Slow down in the area.
The Dallas Police Department says they responded with Dallas Fire-Rescue to a vehicle fire last night in the 5600 block of Alta Ave (Lower Greenville area).
When they arrived on scene, they located a Chevy Tahoe on fire in a parking lot. After the fire was put out, they located a body in the back of the vehicle.
“The victim’s death appears to be from homicide violence,” says DPD. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
Multiple agencies are on scene of a train derailment that occurred this evening in the area of Hill County Road 4281 between Hill County Road 4231 and Hill County Road 4223.
Officials confirm no one was injured in the derailment and there are no hazardous material / chemical spills. The Union Pacific train derailed just north of Hillsboro proper.
Hill County Sheriff’s Office is requesting all people avoid this area due to extensive clean up.
The Dallas Police Department along with Fire-Rescue personnel responded to a shooting just after midnight Monday at 9205 Skillman Street. This is in the Lake Highlands area of northeast Dallas.
When emergency personnel arrived on scene, they located a 59-year-old male shot in the parking lot of the center. DFR transported him to a local hospital, but he died as a result of his injuries.
DPD is investigating this as a Homicide and are asking for the public’s help. If you saw anything in this particular area, please call them right now at 214-671-3650 and provide those details.
The Arlington Police Department says they are investigating a shooting in the 1300 block of Southmoor Drive.
Police along with AFD and EMS responded to the scene around 1:15PM today. “Two individuals were shot, but are expected to survive.”
Arlington EMS paramedics transported both patients to Medical City Arlington. Both patients were juveniles / teenagers. One was reportedly shot in the pelvis area and the other shot in the leg.
Investigators have not ruled out that someone in a car may have shot at them and drove off.