• January 09, 2017

Cecilia Rodriguez Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Hit-and-run Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- January 7, 2017, Cecilia Rodriguez was killed as the result of an accident where a pickup hit her and fled the scene.

According to the Fort Worth Police Department, Rodriguez and her husband were driving past the intersection of Azle Avenue and Menefee Avenue Saturday evening.

As they drove through the intersection, a red pickup ran a stop sign and crashed into the side of the Rodriguez' vehicle. This caused their Honda to flip over. The pickup driver then fled the scene of the accident.

Rodriguez suffered critical injuries in the collision, and emergency services attempted to aid her at the scene. She was rushed to a nearby hospital where she eventually died due to her injuries.

At this time, authorities have yet to locate the suspect driver. Further details regarding the accident have not been released.

Investigations are ongoing.

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