Oak Lawn apartment complex evacuated due to high CO levels

The Dallas Fire Rescue responded to a carbon monoxide explosive around 7:17pm this evening at the Radius Turtle Creek Apartments, 3604 Cedar Springs Road.

Officials say three workers were using a gas-powered pressure washer in the underground parking garage with little ventilation for the toxic fumes. There was a buildup of carbon monoxide in the underground garage and also throughout the five-story apartment building. Approximately 200 residents have been evacuated from the building.

Dallas Fire Rescue paramedics transported the three workers with potential CO poisoning to local hospitals. Their conditions have not been released.

Firefighters are working to ventilate the apartment building and parking garage to safely release the toxic fumes.

Expect heavy activity in this area.

Man found dead at Grand Prairie crash was shot, officials say

The Grand Prairie Police Department is now investigating a homicide after a vehicle crash over the weekend.

Back on Sunday evening, Grand Prairie Police and Fire/EMS responded to the scene along Interstate 30 near Belt Line Road.

Police say a passenger vehicle was traveling eastbound on the highway when it collided with a disabled pickup truck in the main lanes of the highway. The driver of the pickup truck was pronounced deceased at the scene. He has been identified as a 38-year-old male from Fort Worth.

The Medical Examiner’s Office has determined the driver of the disabled pickup truck died from a gunshot wound prior to the collision involving the passenger vehicle.

Grand Prairie detectives are asking if anyone was traveling on IH-30 eastbound near Belt Line Road on Sunday, August 14th at around 9:15 p.m., and observed occupant(s) of a 2007 black Dodge Ram (similar photo below) interacting with another vehicle on the highway, please contact the Grand Prairie Police Department.

18-year-old found shot dead in crashed vehicle at Dallas intersection; juvenile arrested

The Dallas Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred earlier today near the intersection of Skillman Street and Audelia Road.

At approximately 12:44pm today, Dallas Fire Rescue and Police responded to a crash at the given intersection and located a driver shot dead inside the vehicle. Paramedics transported him to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He has been identified as a 18-year-old man.

Detectives have arrested a 17-year-old male and charged him with Murder. The circumstances surrounding this incident are still under investigation.

UPDATE: No injuries after school bus overturns in Fort Worth

Just before 7:30am this morning, Fort Worth FD and PD along with MedStar paramedics responded to the scene of an overturned school bus near the 5500 block of E. Rosedale Street near Stalcup Road.

When emergency responders arrived, they located an overturned school bus well off the roadway.

Police say a passenger vehicle and the school bus were traveling eastbound on Rosedale Street when the passenger vehicle made an unsafe lane change, causing the bus to jump the curb, roll over on its driver’s side, and slide several feet into a grassy lot.

The five persons on board, including three children, were not injured. They were able to escape utilizing the emergency door in the back of the bus.

Person shot, killed by another driver after minor crash in Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred overnight at the intersection of S. University Drive and Interstate 30.

At 2:43am, Fort Worth police were called to the scene of a minor accident on University Drive at the entrance ramp to go westbound on Interstate 30.

Investigators say a minor accident occurred at the location and escalated to a verbal argument between the two people involved. During the argument, one of the individuals pulled out a weapon and shot the other driver.

Fort Worth firefighters and MedStar responded to the scene, but the individual was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Police did not say whether the other driver is in custody.

The incident remains under investigation.

Coach shot, killed after fight breaks out at youth football game in Lancaster

The Lancaster Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred around 8:50pm Saturday evening at the Lancaster Community Park, 1749 Jefferson Street.

Police say there was a disagreement between the coaching staff of a youth football team and the officiating crew. A fight broke out involving the opposing coaching staff. One person involved in the fight discharged a gun, striking one of the coaches.

Lancaster paramedics transported the adult male to a local hospital, but he was pronounced deceased.

Officers have identified the suspect involved in this incident as Yaqub Salik Talib. There is an active warrant out for his arrest.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Lancaster Police Department Detective Deranjic at 972-218-2756.

Security guards shoot driver attempting to hit them at northwest Dallas club

The Dallas Police Department responded to a shooting at the Pandora Men’s Club around 12:55am overnight. They located a driver with a gunshot wound.

Detectives say a group of his friends were involved in a fight with staff and bouncers from the club as they were being escorted out of the establishment. Uniformed security guards took the group of patrons to their vehicles and they left.

Approximately 15 minutes later, one of the individuals kicked out of the club showed up in a vehicle and attempted to hit both of the security guards near the entrance to the business. Both security guards fired their weapons, hitting the driver. Dallas Fire Rescue transported him to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries.

The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office was notified and responded to conduct a separate investigation into the incident.

Fort Worth officers forced to shoot dog who attacked and critically injured woman

At 4:24pm this afternoon, Fort Worth police were dispatched to the Edgewood Oaks Apartments, 511 S. Edgewood Place, after a woman was attacked and severely injured by a dog.

When officers and medical personnel arrived at the scene, they attempted to make entry into a second-floor apartment unit where the injured female was seeking aid, but the dog aggressively prevented them from entering, police say.

One officer attempted to strike the dog with his baton, but it was unsuccessful. The dog then charged at the officer, forcing him to fire his weapon. The dog was hit at least one.

The dog then fled downstairs and charged aggressively towards a second officer who also fired his weapon, striking the dog at least once. Despite being shot at least twice, the dog continued charging at Fire Department personnel. The second officer discharged his firearm again and ended the immediate threat to all emergency responders.

MedStar EMS transported the woman originally attacked by the dog to a local hospital for treatment of serious, potentially life-threatening injuries. Police say she is in critical condition.

Fort Worth animal control took custody of the dog.

Fort Worth police looking for driver who fatally struck man near Texas Wesleyan

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred late Friday evening at the intersection of Vaughn Blvd and Avenue H.

At 9:50pm, Fort Worth FD and PD along with MedStar EMS responded to the scene and determined a man had been struck by a vehicle. He was pronounced deceased on site.

Detectives say the suspect driver was traveling northbound on Vaughn when the vehicle struck the man. Police say the man was lawfully crossing Vaughn Blvd at the time of the collision.

The suspect drove off after the crash. They have not been located.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the victim as a 74-year-old man.

Two drivers killed in wrong way crash on PGBT in Richardson

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatality accident that occurred early Saturday morning along eastbound President George Bush Turnpike near Jupiter Road in Richardson.

At 4:30am, multiple emergency responders were called to the scene and located two vehicles with major damage.

Investigators say a driver was traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes when she collided head-on with another vehicle. Both drivers were killed in the crash.

The wrong way driver has been identified as a 23-year-old woman from Royse City. The other driver has been identified as a 41-year-old man from Wylie.

The investigation is ongoing.

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