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Driver dies from injuries sustained in crash in Cleburne neighborhood

The Cleburne Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred Sunday in the 1100 block of North Wilhite Street.

At around 12:20am in the morning, Cleburne police say the driver of a vehicle hit two parked and unoccupied cars along North Wilhite Street near Gresham Avenue.

Paramedics called for an air ambulance to airlift the injured male driver to a local hospital. He was transported to Texas Health Fort Worth, but shortly pronounced deceased. He has been identified as a 24-year-old male who lived a few blocks from the accident scene.

A 20-year-old Cleburne riding in the car was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries.

The crash is under investigation.

NEW: Intoxicated driver flown to hospital following head-on crash in Johnson County

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a serious crash that occurred last Friday night, November 12th.

At around 8:21pm, several fire departments from Johnson County, AMR, and multiple law enforcement all responded to a multi-vehicle crash with entrapment on E. FM 917 near County Road 616 in the Lillian area.

First arriving responders located two vehicles involved with major damage. A preliminary investigation of the scene reveals the driver of an eastbound pickup truck clipped the back left of a semi truck traveling westbound, causing the pickup truck to then collide head-on with an SUV behind the semi truck.

The driver of the pickup truck was extricated by firefighters and transported by CareFlite air ambulance to JPS with serious injuries. Authorities took a blood draw from the driver at the hospital and they are awaiting results. Police have charged the 49-year-old man with Driving While Intoxicated – 2nd Offense.

The driver and passenger of the SUV were transported to Mansfield Methodist hospital for treatment of their injuries.

The crash remains under investigation.

(Photo: Rendon Fire Department on Instagram)

Irving police looking for driver who hit infant after child fell from moving vehicle

The Irving Police Department is investigating a serious accident involving an infant child that occurred earlier this morning at the intersection of N. MacArthur Blvd and Ranchview Drive.

At around 10:30am, an 8-month-old child fell from a moving vehicle and into the intersection. Details on how or why the young child fell from the car have not yet been released.

After the infant fell out of the car, a second vehicle hit the child in the intersection and continued without stopping to render aid. Police describe the possible vehicle as a black sedan.

Authorities have not stated the infant’s medical condition.

If you witnessed this crash or know any information about the child who hit the child, police ask you to call Investigator Lospeich at 972-721-2761.

UPDATE

Irving Police are still looking for the driver who struck an 8-month-old girl after she fell out of a turning vehicle.

Police say the infant was unrestrained in the vehicle with three other kids when the door came open as the driver made a left turned onto Ranchview Drive on northbound MacArthur Blvd. After the child fell out of the car, another driver hit her.

Officials do not believe the driver intentionally struck the child, which is why they are not calling it a hit and run accident. It’s possible the driver did not even know they ran her over. But police would like to speak with the driver to piece together details of the investigation.

CPS was notified, which is normal, according to police. None of the four children inside the vehicle were properly restrained. No charges have been filed against the child’s mother.

The accident is still under investigation.

One person shot and killed while driving along I-30 in Dallas

The Dallas Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred along Interstate 30 near downtown Dallas on Saturday evening.

Authorities say a 9-1-1 caller reported one vehicle was shooting at another along Interstate 30 near the Interstate 45 interchange.

Paramedics responded to the scene and transported one victim to a local hospital. The victim was pronounced deceased at the hospital.

Homicide detectives are investigating whether this was a road rage shooting. Other circumstances are being sorted out.

Motorcyclist killed in Arlington crash

The Arlington Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred Sunday afternoon along the northbound lanes of Highway 360 near Abram Street.

At around 2:40pm, Arlington Fire, EMS, and Police responded to the scene and located a motorcycle and a vehicle involved in a collision.

Police say the vehicle had come to a stop on the highway due to heavy traffic when the motorcyclist rear-ended the vehicle. The impact caused the motorcyclist to be ejected off the bike.

Witnesses say the motorcyclist was traveling at high speeds and changing lanes aggressively before the crash.

Paramedics transported him to nearby Arlington Memorial Hospital but pronounced deceased. He has been identified as a 26-year-old man from Hurst.

All northbound lanes of 360 were closed while Arlington police investigated the scene.

No charges will be filed.

Burglar shoots and injures Dallas police officer

The Dallas Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred overnight at an apartment complex in Lake Highlands.

At around 1:05am this morning, Dallas police received a 9-1-1 call about a burglary in progress at an apartment complex. A caller reported someone was kicking the his door and attempting to get into the unit.

The first Dallas officer on scene located the alleged suspect and yelled at him. The suspect then fired multiple shots at the officer, striking him in his right hand. The suspect fled on foot, but officers were able to apprehend an individual matching his description.

The officer was transported by Dallas Fire Rescue to a local hospital. He is listed in stable condition.

The investigation is active and ongoing.

Child dies in Grand Prairie crash

The Grand Prairie Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred Saturday morning along I-20.

At around 9:10am, Grand Prairie Fire/EMS and Police were dispatched to a major accident on westbound I-20 at Belt Line Road.

Police say traffic was slowing in the area when three vehicles collided with each other. There were four people hurt in the crash, including an 8-year-old child. The child was transported by Grand Prairie EMS with CPR in progress to Children’s Dallas hospital, but was pronounced deceased. A relative of the 8-year-old was transported in serious condition.

No charges are expected to be filed.

Speeding car thief charged with murder after killing motorist in Carrollton crash

The Carrollton Police Department has arrested a 29-year-old man and charged him with murder after causing a fatal car crash earlier this week.

Police say the man was speeding in a stolen Lexus when he ran a red light and broadsided a driver at the intersection of Keller Springs Road and Willowgate Lane in Carrollton. He had just stolen the car 30 minutes prior from a gas station near Dallas Love Field.

One driver was killed and two others inside the vehicle were seriously injured. One of them remains in critical condition.

The suspect was arrested today after being treated at a hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. He remains in a Carrollton jail where he faces a Murder charge for committing an act clearly dangerous to human life during the commission of a felony. His bond has not yet been set.

Man was stalking, harassing woman before she was found dead in her crashed car, Fort Worth police say

The Fort Worth Police Department has released an arrest affidavit with additional details regarding the shooting and crash that occurred last week along Highway 183.

Last Tuesday night, emergency responders were called to the area of Highway 183 and Amon Carter for a major accident. When officers arrived, they located a woman fatally shot in the crashed vehicle along the highway median.

Homicide detectives made contact with her job at a night club where they learned she was being stalked and harassed by a frequent patron of the establishment, now identified as 54-year-old Stanley Szeliga.

The victim had found a tracking device on her personal vehicle, and notified her manager about it. She was frightened because he was known to be stalking and harassing her.

Detectives tracked Stanley to an apartment in the Irving area. They obtained a search warrant for his apartment after multiple attempts to meet him were unsuccessful. As officers attempted to gain their way into his apartment, he stabbed himself in the neck. He was treated for the stab wound and later transferred to Tarrant County jail on a Murder charge.

Fort Worth PD continue to investigate the incident.

Homeowner shoots, kills man banging on front door, Saginaw police say

The Saginaw Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred early this morning at a house in the 600 block of Babbling Brook Drive.

Just before 4:00am, Saginaw officers responded to a shots fired call at the home. The found a man laying face down on the porch with multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Investigators spoke with the homeowner who was awaken by the man beating on the front door of the home. The homeowner did not recognize the man, and told him to leave. The man walked away, but turned around and “rushed” the front door, according to police. That’s when the homeowner fired multiple shots.

The investigation is ongoing at this time. Police are investigating whether any charges are necessary.

This is the second fatal shooting within the last week in Saginaw. The first occurred last Tuesday at a home in the 600 block of Oak Hollow Trail when a homeowner shot and killed a young man who was reportedly attempting to break into the house. Details here.

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