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2015 I-30 Rollover Accident – DFW Alerts Dashcam

This video was taken by the DFW Alerts News Dashcam as our  vehicle passed the rollover accident on I-30 near the Beach Street  exit.

Alcohol and High Rate of Speed Believed to be Factor in Fatal Crash in Arlington, TX

According to @ArlingtonPD  The Arlington Police Department worked a fatal accident that occurred early on the morning of January 01, 2013.  It is believed that “speed and alcohol were factors in this accident.

The driver was driving South Bound on Park Springs at a high rate of speed when she lost control and slid into a signal light pole.  The driver was not using a safety built and was pronounced DOA.


Arlington PD also worked another Car vs Pole accident  this morning (January 02)

East Bound Abrams at Collins.  In this case an overturned car struck a telephone pole.  Only one car was involved and driver was transported to hospital.  No known information on condition of driver.

Photo property of Arlington PD




Photos of accident on N.E. 28th Street bridge just East of Main Street.


CREDIT: Jamie Schatten


CREDIT: Jamie Schatten


CREDIT: Jamie Schatten

The accident occurred at aprox. 1:00AM on December 8th, 2012.

When the driver of the pictured vehicle was questioned by us, he was unable to tell us what had happened. However, it appeared this vehicle was traveling West bound on N.E. 28th street when it was rear ended and spun 180°.

There also appeared to be at least one secondary impact to the front of the vehicle.

A dark colored Ford pick-up was also crashed into the cement of the bridge and a Blue Dodge pick-up, with what appeared to be rear end damage, was also on the scene. However, these two vehicles left the scene before police arrived. DFW ALERTS reporter JJ (Twitter: @DFW_AlertsJJ) was able to provide Fort Worth PD with the license plates from the Dodge pick-up.

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

Fatal MVA in Arlington, TX

Arlington PD Worked a fatal MVA in the early hours of Sunday September 02.

At approximately 12:45 am witnesses reported a major crash on north bound Watson Street between Division & Six Flags Drive.  The actual crash site was at Watson Street & Abrams Street

An immediate investigation showed that a pickup left the roadway and struck the concrete pillar to a railway bridge between Watson and the on ramp to SH 360.  There was a confirmed 2 people dead at this single car MVA.  The driver was pronounced deceased at the scene while the passenger was pronounced deceased at local hospital.

Investigators will try to determine why the pickup left the roadway and see if speed or other factors contributed to this crash.  The Tarrant County Medical Examiner will identify the deceased once next of kin notification has been made.

Watson St NB at Galleria was closed  at Galleria due to this fatality crash.

(story courtesy of tweets by @arlingtonpd)

(photos courtesy of @ArlingtonPD)

More info can be found by reading WFAA‘s story:  Two Killed in
Arlington Crash

ACCIDENT E.Northside Drive

Accident E. N
orthside Drive just west of 35W.




The Texas Highway Tragedy: Where the Dead Have No Names

The Texas Highway Tragedy: Where the Dead Have No Names – READ MORE

Fort Worth Police Look For Driver Involved In Fatal Accident

Fort Worth Police Look For Driver Involved In Fatal Accident – READ MORE

Officer In Critical Condition

Officer In Critical Condition after off-duty traffic accident – READ MORE

Deadly Wrong-Way Crash Closes State Highway

Deadly Wrong-Way Crash Closes State Highway in South Lake


Major Accident shuts down Division Street in Arlington, TX

A Major Accident involving  a train and an 18-wheeler shut down Division street between West Fork Drive and Dottie Lynn Parkway at about 6:00 this evening.  The tractor of the 18-wheeler, said to be transporting grass pellets, was pushed of the track onto the grassy area.

(source: ArlingtonPD)

Pictures courtesy of @ArlingtonPD


Accident Scene 18-wheeler vs Train

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