• December 06, 2018

Thomas Jordan, Lorena Jordan Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Car Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- December 2, 2018, Thomas Jordan and Lorena Jordan were killed following an accident where their vehicle was hit by a car outside their church.

According to information released by the Fort Worth Police Department, the fatal incident happened outside of Grace Lutheran Church on McCart Avenue and Columbus Trail.

Police investigators say that they were in their vehicle attempting to turn into the church parking lot. While they did so, a vehicle reports claim was speeding slammed into their vehicle.

As a result of the collision, both Thomas and Lorena Jordan succumbed to their injuries. The condition of the other driver wasn't specified.

Police didn't say if any charges resulted from the crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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