15-year-old mother dies in car crash in Ft. Worth
A 15-year-old mother of an infant died in a car crash Sunday evening in Fort Worth, according to police.
A pickup truck pulling a trailer crashed into the passenger side of a Honda, pushing the car into a Chevrolet Avalanche at the intersection of Jacksboro Highway/Texas Highway 199 and Nine Mile Bridge Road after 7 p.m.
The infant was hospitalized and in good condition, and the driver of the Honda, the child’s father, suffered minor injuries and was also hospitalized.
The child’s mother and passenger of the Honda was pronounced dead at the scene. No names have been released.
The condition of those in the pickup truck are unknown, while the driver of the Avalanche reported no injuries.
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