• January 31, 2017

Cassandra Jackson Dead, Infant Injured in Fort Worth, TX Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- January 29, 2017, Cassandra Jackson was killed, an infant injured, following an accident where two vehicles collided.

Fort Worth Police officers were called to the accident scene around 12:15 a.m. near the intersection of East Berry Street and Stalcup Road.

According to preliminary police reports, a white car and an SUV somehow crossed paths while traveling down East Berry. This caused a collision between the two vehicles, both of which sustained severe damage.

As a result of the crash, 42-year-old Jackson was pronounced dead at the scene. An infant involved in the accident had critical injuries and was taken to Cook Children's Medical Center. It's unclear whether or not the two were from the same vehicle.

At this time, police have not reported what factors led to the accident. They say their investigations are still underway.

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