• February 28, 2017

One Injured in Fort Worth, TX, Single-Car Accident on 35th Street

Fort Worth, TX -- February 27, 2017, one person was injured following an accident in which her vehicle lost control and crashed off 35th.

The Fort Worth Police Department reported that the single-vehicle accident happened around 11:40 p.m. at the intersection of Northwest 35th Street and West Long Avenue.

Police investigators have indicated that the woman, whose identity was not released, was driving through the intersection. For reasons that aren't clear, the vehicle lost control and hopped the curb. This caused the car to strike a light pole before coming to a stop.

The woman, who was reportedly ejected from the vehicle, was injured in the crash. Reports did not specify how severely. EMS responders transported her to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Authorities say the cause of the accident is still under investigation. No further information is currently available.

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