2 dead in wrong way I-30 crash in Fort Worth
FORT WORTH, TX -- Two people have been killed and an interstate highway in Fort Worth was closed after a driver going the wrong way on the freeway collided with another vehicle.
Fort Worth police say drivers had called 911 after seeing a car on the wrong side of Interstate 30 early Monday. One motorist estimated the black sedan was moving at 100 mph. The speeding car eventually slammed into a two-door coupe.
The drivers of both were killed.
Authorities haven't immediately identified the victims. The medical examiner's office also will be looking at whether medical issues contributed to the crash.
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