Arlington Wreck Kills Woman

An early morning chain reaction wreck in Arlington unfortunately caused the death of a young woman in her mid-20s and closed down Interstate 30.

The wreck occurred around 6:30 a.m. on I-30 westbound under the Cooper Street Bridge. It left vehicles and debris scattered across all three lanes of traffic.

The wreck apparently was caused when a disabled car, moving slowly near Cooper Street, was rear ended, starting a wreck involving four vehicles.

The female driver of the first rear-ended vehicle tragically died at the scene. Thankfully, no other major injuries were reported.

I have a daughter who is 20 years old and know that many of you reading this have adult children as well, and the thought of any one losing their child, at any age, is chilling. And one of my law clerks, Jennifer, who is 24, drives this route from Dallas every morning to the office.

If you or a family member has been hurt or tragically killed because of another driver’s negligence, please call my office today at 817-885-8000. We are here to help get you the settlement you deserve.


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