Grand Prairie TX – One person was killed and another is in serious condition as a direct result of a horrific incident that occurred in Arlington on Saturday evening and involved three automobiles. On February 4, at about 6:30 o’clock in the evening, officers were dispatched to the 4000 block of South Center Street in order to investigate a collision that involved three automobiles.
According to the police record that was filed when the officers arrived, two young men were rescued from a 2021 Ford Mustang that had caught fire as a result of the collision. The fire had been caused by the collision. When they were carried to the hospital in the next town, both patients’ conditions were severely critical. After further investigation, it was determined that the injuries the man in his 20s who was a passenger in the Mustang sustained were fatal, and he was pronounced dead as a result. At this point, the condition of the driver, who has been determined to be a male aged 18 and is in critical condition, is not improving.
The results of the inquiry indicate that the two men were driving their car on South Center Street in the direction of northbound traffic when the driver of the Mustang made an attempt to transfer lanes but lost control of the vehicle in the process. After allegedly driving into the southbound lanes of the highway, where he or she was involved in a collision with a 2018 Chevrolet Silverado and a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer, it was later stated that the driver was a teenager.
According to the authorities, it has not been determined whether or whether speed played a part in the crash. This is despite the fact that both vehicles involved were traveling at high speeds. The investigation into what took place is still going on, however there were no reports of any more major injuries being sustained.