Families in disbelief after a sad reality is sinking in after five people were killed in a crash in Fort Worth and 12 others were injured.
Five people were killed, 12 hurt after a crash involving an 18-wheeler along I-30 in East Fort Worth early Sunday, authorities said.
State investigators say it could take a week or more to determine what led to a fatal Interstate-35 bridge crash near Salado Thursday. Meanwhile, troubling revelations are surfacing about the trucking company at the center of the crash.
The cab was hanging over a bridge at Northbound I35-E Near Saner Ave.
Nearly 24 hours after the driver of a big rig lost control on an icy interstate, the 18-wheeler’s cab is no longer hanging off a bridge near I-45 and Stuart Simpson Road.
One of the most dramatic images of the day may still be there Tuesday along I-45 over Five Mile Creek: An 18-wheeler danging over it.
An 18-wheeler carrying bottled wine caught on fire early Thursday morning, shutting down the northbound lanes of Interstate-35W near Basswood Drive in north Fort Worth.
An 18-wheeler hit a brick embankment, lost control and caught fire Friday morning, shutting down U.S. Highway 75 near the Richardson-Plano border.
An overturned semi truck has afternoon traffic near Woodall Rodgers and US 45 backed up.
At least three people, including one child, have died after an accident involving two 18-wheelers and an SUV Sunday on the border bridge between Texas and Oklahoma.
Both lanes of Hwy 161 at I-30W in Grand Prairie are shut down after a fatal, fiery big rig crash.
Fort Worth has been operating commercial vehicle inspections at an increased pace to pull unsafe vehicles off of the highway.