1 killed in Fort Worth, TX crash

One person was killed in an accident involving two vehicles and an 18-wheeler on the South Freeway in Fort Worth, TX early Tuesday, police said.

One person was killed in an accident involving two vehicles and an 18-wheeler on the South Freeway in Fort Worth, TX early Tuesday, police said.

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One person was killed in an accident involving two vehicles and an 18-wheeler on the South Freeway in Fort Worth early Tuesday, police said.

The victim’s identity was not immediately disclosed.

The victim was a woman, according to MedStar spokesman Matt Zavadsky.

The crash occurred around 2:50 a.m. in the 2200 block of the South Freeway, police said. The department was unable to immediately describe the circumstances of the crash.

The caller reported that the accident involved a dark car that, according to a police call log, was blocking several lanes. More than 30 units responded to the crash over the course of the morning, according to the call log.

The occupants of one of the vehicles were pronounced dead at the scene, the police said.

MedStar received several calls about the incident, Zavadsky said.

The traffic investigation unit is still investigating the crash, the police said.

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Jack Howland is a news and corporate reporter. Before joining Star Telegram in May 2019, he spent two and a half years as a breaking news reporter for the Poughkeepsie Journal in New York. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

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