FORT WORTH, TX — A single-vehicle crash left one person dead, and another seriously hurt in Fort Worth, TX on Tuesday, January 14th, 2014, according to a news report from DFW CBS Local.
Police with details of the investigation have reason to believe one person was killed and another person was seriously hurt when the car they were in drifted off the road at a high rate of speed and rolled while driving near the intersection of Interstate 30 and Bridgewood Drive.
Scene of the Accident
Emergency response personnel pronounced the driver of the car dead on the scene when they arrived. A female passenger in the vehicle was ejected in the crash and was taken to a nearby hospital where she was last listed in serious condition.
Investigators believe racing may have played a role in the crash.
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