A female driver died late Thursday night after she lost control of her car, went into the opposite lane of traffic and plowed head on into a pickup truck in Allen.
A female wrong-way driver was killed in a car crash early Wednesday morning along the Sam Rayburn Tollway, on the border between Frisco and Plano.
A female driver traveling the wrong direction along Interstate-35W — heading south in the northbound lanes — caused two separate crashes early Wednesday morning.
Two men died early Monday after a wrong-way driver plowed into another car head-on along Interstate 30 in East Fort Worth.
A wrong-way driver on 635 LBJ triggered an early morning accident which sent eight to the hospital on Monday night.
TxDOT launched a study earlier this month looking at wrong-way wrecks. According to TxDOT officials, there were 329 wrong-way crashes across the state last year alone.
The driver involved in a deadly wrong way crash this summer had a blood alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit.
Two people were hurt after another wrong-way car crash on the Dallas North Tollway early Tuesday morning. Both drivers are being charged with driving while intoxicated.
Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) say there is a commitment to finding a solution to the problem of wrong-way drivers on state highways.
Police are investigating a fatal wrong-way crash in Southlake. The incident happened just after 1:30 a.m. on State Highway 114, near Kimball Avenue.
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.