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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Two people are dead after their SUV went off a bridge at I-30 and Camp Bowie West and dove in a creek.

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Another woman in the SUV survived the accident.

A Fort Worth dive team, who tried to rescue the victims, found the bodies in the creek.

Fort Worth police officers believe that icy road conditions could be to blame for the wreck, though the wreck is still under investigation.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office have identified both victims — 71-year-old Robert Weinstein from Addison and Abby Resendiz.



Abigail Resendiz


Mr. Weinstein was an oral surgeon, according to his brother Robert.

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Robert says once a month, Mr. Weinstien would go to Central Texas to do dental work with an assistant.

“He was the man who adored life and he lived every day to the fullest. He was wonderful to his children and a wonderful husband,” says  Dr. Weinstein’s sister-in-law Andrea Weinstien. “He was an excellent doctor, very dedicated and very passionate about what he did.”

Abby Resendiz was Dr. Weinstien’s dental assistant.

The sole survivor has not yet been identified.

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