DFW Scanner Nightly Recap: January 14, 2019
It was a very busy Monday here in DFW. We covered several incidents. Here is a recap of the incidents we covered today in case you are just now catching up.
Dallas Fire-Rescue and Police responded to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle earlier this morning near Audelia and Forest. The pediatric patient was transported by helicopter in critical condition. Read the original report here.
Grand Prairie firefighters at Station #1 were uninjured after a vehicle crashed off the roadway and into their fire station. The crash caused some structural damage, nothing too major. Read the original report here.
The Arlington police officer who was shot and injured in the line of duty late last week was released from the hospital today. Read the original report here.
Fort Worth PD, FD, and MedStar responded to a major accident along I20 this afternoon. One person was struck and killed by a vehicle. Read the original report here.
North Richland Hills PD responded to possible shots fired in the area of 6500 Iron Horse Blvd, but it was determined to be firecrackers. Read the original report here.
Fort Worth FD, Kennedale FD, and Forest Hill FD all responded to a commercial structure fire today off Mansfield Highway. Read the original report here.
DFW Airport Dept. of Public Safety personnel were alerted to what appears to be skeletal remains found by a contractor in the area of Mustang Drive and William D. Tate. Read the original report here.
Garland Police responded to a homicide this morning where an 18-year-old shot and killed his 26-year-old brother after a disturbance. Read the original report here.
North Richland Hills PD is investigating an officer involved shooting at the intersection of Trinidad Drive and Caracas Drive. A pursuit ended in a standoff which lead to a shooting that injured the suspect and a K-9 officer. Read the original report here. (Details still emerging)
These are the incidents we covered today. Thank you for following DFW Scanner.