Wrong way crashes in the metroplex have killed nine people in just the last month, including two mothers, three young girls, and a deputy constable.
Police in Grand Prairie are investigating a wrong-way crash along Highway 287 that killed two people on Wednesday night and shut down the road for about five hours.
Five people are dead, including kids, after a wrong-way crash in Mesquite. Both vehicles caught on fire. Rescue crews said that there was nothing they could do to save any of the vicitms.
A van driver in Irving is very fortunate to be alive following a wrong-way crash early this morning.
Fort Worth drivers jerked the steering wheel to avoid a wrong-way driver on Highway 121 this morning but one was unable to avoid crashing.
Two people are dead and another person is in the hospital after a head-on car crash along Highway 287 in Fort Worth early Monday morning.
Police in Dallas are investigating a wrong-way wreck — the second in two days on North Texas roads — this time along North Central Expressway.
There’s been another interstate crash, fuel spill, and highway shutdown — this time in Dallas. A driver going the wrong way on I-30 crashed into a tractor-trailer around 3:30 a.m. Friday.
Two years after the start of a string of wrong-way crashes on the Dallas North Tollway, more changes are coming to one of North Texas’ busiest toll roads.
According to the police, a driver traveling the wrong direction along Highway 121 in Grapevine caused a crash late Sunday night.
The driver of a pickup truck who hit a motorist while traveling the wrong way on U.S. Highway 287 was suffering from Parkinson’s Disease.
A Fort Worth woman was struck and killed by a wrong-way driver on U.S. Highway 287 Monday night.