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Driver killed in fiery Burleson crash

The Burleson Police Department is currently investigating a fatality accident that occurred earlier this morning along southbound I35W at Hidden Creek Parkway.

The crash occurred around 8:55am after a vehicle left the roadway and hit a bridge pillar at the Hidden Creek Parkway bridge. The impact caused the vehicle to catch fire.

Burleson FD, PD, and MedStar EMS all responded to the scene. Paramedics reported one person was deceased on the scene.

Southbound lanes of the roadway are closed in the area while police conduct their investigation. Expect heavy delays.

Additional details regarding the crash will be published as soon as they are released by officials.

Child airlifted to hospital from crash in Bedford

The Bedford Police Department is investigating a serious crash that occurred this evening along southbound Highway 121 near the Murphy Drive exit in Bedford.

At around 5:22pm this evening, Bedford Fire/EMS and Police were dispatched to the scene for a two-vehicle crash.

Emergency responders found a 10-year-old passenger with serious injuries and requested a CareFlite helicopter respond to the scene for air transport. The child was airlifted to Cook Children’s with serious injuries. Their condition has not been released.

A driver was also transported to a local hospital via ambulance in unknown condition.

All southbound lanes of 121 were closed while CareFlite landed at the scene. The highway has since been reopened.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

Thanks to Wayne Wisner for the scene photo.

Woman struck and killed by vehicle outside Dallas Love Field airport

The Dallas Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred overnight just outside the Dallas Love Field airport.

At approximately 1:30a, Dallas Police and Fire-Rescue responded to the scene on Herb Kelleher Way north of Mockingbird Lane.

Officers determined that a vehicle was traveling on Herb Kelleher Way towards Mockingbird Lane when the driver struck and killed a woman in the roadway.

Paramedics pronounced the woman deceased at the scene.

The incident remains under investigation.

Two men killed in Fort Worth shooting

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred late Monday night at the Valley at Cobb Park apartments, 1701 E. Robert Street, in southeast Fort Worth.

Late last night, Fort Worth police officers were called to the apartments after 9-1-1 calls came in regarding a shooting.

Officers found two men had been shot in the incident. One of the victims was pronounced deceased at the scene and the other was transported to a local hospital, but pronounced deceased at the facility.

Police detained a man who stated he was responsible for shooting the two men. That individual is cooperating with authorities, but police say no arrests have been made.

The incident remains under investigation.

North Texas crossing guard fatally struck by vehicle near elementary school

The Fate Department of Public Safety (Rockwall County) is investigating a fatality accident involving a crossing guard that occurred earlier this morning.

At around 7:30am, multiple emergency responders were called to the area of Miss May Drive near Miss May Vernon Elementary School (Royse City ISD) after a person was struck by a vehicle.

Authorities say a driver possibly suffered from a medical episode while driving, causing them to hit the crossing guard and another vehicle.

The crossing guard was transported to a nearby hospital, but pronounced deceased. Police did not release the condition of the driver involved.

The scene is still under investigation with the Rockwall County Sheriff’s Department’s, Accident Reconstruction Specialist Team.

Pregnant woman and baby killed in Fort Worth crash

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred earlier today on southbound East Loop 820 at 287.

At 12:42pm, emergency responders were called to the scene after a vehicle overturned and one person was possibly ejected.

Medstar paramedics found a critically injured pregnant female and quickly transported her to a local hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

Medical personnel performed an emergency surgery in an attempt to save both the mother and the child, but unfortunately her injuries were too severe. Both the woman and her child were no pronounced deceased at the hospital.

Fort Worth’s traffic investigations unit is working the crash investigation.

Man struck, killed on I35W in Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred overnight along the southbound lanes of Interstate 35W near Rosedale Street.

Emergency responders were called to the scene at 2:20am this morning after a passerby reported a body in the roadway.

Police believe an accident occurred on the highway and the driver was struck and killed by a passing vehicle after exiting his car.

The adult male driver was pronounced deceased on the scene.

All southbound lanes of Interstate 35W were closed for approximately three (3) hours while FWPD investigated the scene.

I-30 closed in Fort Worth due to two major crashes

The Fort Worth Police Department has reopened the eastbound lanes of Interstate 30, but westbound lanes remain closed near Camp Bowie Blvd due to an earlier crash involving a semi truck.

At around 12:50am, multiple emergency responders were dispatched to lanes of Interstate 30 near Bryant Irvin for a major accident involving an 18-wheeler and a motorcycle.

Police say the 18-wheeler ended up on its side in the westbound lanes after the collision occurred in the eastbound lanes. The motorcyclist was pronounced deceased on the scene.

While working the scene, an 18-wheeler collided with two FWPD police vehicles in the eastbound lanes, forcing the closure of that direction as well. No officers were injured.

As of 7:45am, westbound lanes are closed and eastbound lanes are open.

Body recovered from Trinity River near Fort Worth’s Botanical Gardens

At around 4:00pm this afternoon, Fort Worth FD and PD along with MedStar EMS all responded to a possible drowning near Fort Worth’s Trinity Park and Botanical Gardens.

Officials say a train conductor spotted the body as the train went over the Trinity River trestle bridge near Forest Park Blvd and Parkview Drive.

Fort Worth FD’s Dive Team was called to assist in the recovery. The victim has been identified as a man in his 30’s.

The incident remains under investigation.

UPDATES: Two pilots ejected, hurt before military jet crashes into Lake Worth neighborhood

Several local and national agencies are currently investigating a fiery crash involving a military jet that occurred earlier this morning in Lake Worth.

At around 10:53am this morning, authorities received several 9-1-1 calls regarding an aircraft crash in the 4000 block of Tejas Trail. Lake Worth police and fire units quickly responded to the scene and observed heavy smoke in the area.

The two pilots were ejected from the jet, One of them was located in front of the Ole Donut store at 7000 Lake Worth Blvd after their parachute got tangled in power lines. The second pilot was found in the neighborhood not far from the crash site. A CareFlite helicopter airlifted one of the pilots to Parkland Hospital for burns and injuries sustained in the crash. Their conditions have not been released, but first responders initially triaged one pilot as critical/life-threatening and the other as serious.

The Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) has identified the plane as a Navy T-45C Goshawk jet trainer aircraft assigned to the Training Air Wing 2 at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas. They also say the student naval aviator was hurt worse than the instructor pilot. The pilots were conducting a routine training flight that originated in Corpus Christi. The cause of the crash is unknown at this time.

A total of three homes were damaged by debris from the downed plane. The jet itself landed in the backyard of a residence and did not impact any of the homes. Fortunately, no one was injured in the homes or on the ground. Red Cross is assisting displaced residents.

MedStar EMS, Lockheed Martin FD, Saginaw FD, NAS JRB FD, Forth Worth FD, Fort Worth PD, Tarrant County constables, Tarrant County emergency management, and others all responded to the scene.

The crash scene is located within a “potential crash zone” as identified as the military. Lake Worth FD trains for emergencies like this one.

Lake Worth PD is asking residents who may have located damage or debris to call their non-emergency line at 817-237-1224.

The investigation will be extensive and may take place through tomorrow, officials say.

Additional updates will be provided below.

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