Wrongful Death: Two Dead in Loop 820 Crash

Two people, an adult male and a child, were killed in a car crash on Northbound Loop 820 in West Fort Worth, Texas during the early morning hours on Monday.

At 1:20 a.m., on Monday morning, the police in Fort Worth, Texas, received a call to respond to a car crash on Northbound Loop 820, in West Fort Worth. Upon arriving at the scene, they discovered that Northbound Loop 820 was blocked by three cars that had crashed. In the first car, there was a woman and her two children. The second car, a Honda, was driven by an adult male with no other passengers. The third car was a Chevrolet El Camino that was also driven by an adult male. There were no other passengers in the El Camino, either.

Through their investigation, the police found out that the first car, with the woman and two children in it, and the Honda had originally been the only two cars involved in the crash.

The woman and her two children got out of their car to wait for help to arrive and were hit by the Chevrolet El Camino.  The impact of the El Camino killed the older of the woman’s two children. The mother and her younger child were injured and transported to the hospital to be treated for their injuries. The man in the El Camino was also injured in the crash and  transported to the hospital to be treated for his injuries.  The man who had been driving the Honda was the second victim who was killed in the crash.

This story is tragic, and one we hear all too often on Texas roads.  Anyone injured by the negligence of others should consider hiring an Dallas car wreck attorney who can help navigate the legal system.  A lawsuit is often times the last thing an injured party or surviving family member wants to consider, but it can also mean receiving the money you need provide for medical care or to compensate a surviving family member for the economic impact of such a loss.  We can’t replace loved ones, but negligent parties should be held accountable.


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