FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The bodies of an infant and a woman have been found in Fort Worth.READ MORE: AP Source: Rangers Snag Shortstop Corey Seager For $325 Million, 10-Year Deal
First responders from Med Star confirm the two were found about 200 yards away from a car, located at Altamesa Blvd. and Bryant Irvin Rd.
The original call came into police as a car crash. A wrecked four-door gold sedan was found at the scene with an open driver’s side door and front end damage.
Police confirm the bodies were found nearby in the field, but have yet to connect the victims to the crashed car.
A witness, Leonard Rodgers, told CBS 11, “I could see from the street, I was at the doctors office, even my nurse could see it. It was a nude body.”
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This is a developing story. CBS 11 and KRLD have crews on the way to the scene and we will have more information as it becomes available.
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