• October 07, 2022

Fort Worth Woman Injured in Car Accident on Matlock Road in Arlington, TX

Arlington, TX -- March 14, 2022, a Fort Worth woman was injured following an accident where a vehicle crashed with her, then fled the scene.

Initial details suggested that the crash happened around 1:00 p.m. at the intersection of Matlock Road and Arkansas Lane.

According to officials, a 39-year-old Fort Worth woman was in a Chevy Traverse traveling northbound on Matlock. At Arkansas, while crossing, an unknown vehicle turned right and crashed into the side of the Chevy. That vehicle then left the scene.

The woman had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Car Accident on Matlock at Arkansas in Arlington

Hit-and-runs are just about the most infuriating kinds of accidents to read about. The fact someone can't even stay behind to assist or to take responsibility is deplorable. What makes it worse is there are usually concerning reasons they left.

Fort Worth Woman Injured in Car Accident on Matlock Road in Arlington, TX

Things like being intoxicated, having warrants, driving stolen vehicles, having expired licensing, and other such offenses cause many drivers to do everything possible to avoid police. Even after all of this time, however, it's important to keep up the diligence until someone can connect the dots. It's even possible that the driver responsible here has already been identified by authorities. But on the off chance someone sees these details and is able to make a connection, it's important they do the right thing so the victims involved can get the help they deserve.

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