A teenager from Arlington lost his life on July 3 when his car crashed into a tree in Fort Worth, according to a Dallas Morning News report.
According to Burton, Carpenter went to his father’s house in Arlington that Friday to get some things for himself, such as clothes, video games, and his guitar, to take with him on his way to his mother’s house a few blocks away. She received a text message from him at 9:43 p.m. Just over an hour later, at 11:10 p.m., Carpenter was found inside his car by police officers in the 2600 block of Dottie Lynn Parkway. Carpenter’s vehicle apparently veered off the roadway, and he then crashed into a tree. Police are conducting further investigations to determine what factors may have contributed to the crash.
The Fort Worth legal team at the Woodson Law Firm extends their sincere thoughts to the friends and family suffering from this tragic loss.
Two people lost their lives in separate vehicular accidents in the early morning hours of February 2 in Fort Worth, according to The Dallas Morning News.
Fort Worth police spokeswoman Tamera Pena reported that a single-vehicular crash occurred at around 2 a.m. in the 4700 block of West Loop 820 South near Camp Bowie Boulevard. 23-year-old Matthew Lutkins was killed when his car struck a sign pole, causing Lutkins to be ejected from the vehicle.
Approximately one hour later, police reported to the site of a truck accident on westbound Interstate 30 near Cooks Lane. An 18-wheeler and minivan collided, resulting in the death of 36-year-old Clifton Smith. Police said Smith died at the scene of the accident, while another person was transported to a local hospital. A third person was given emergency treatment on site. The driver of the 18-wheeler was not injured from the collision.