Somervell County, TX (7/31/2021) – Two women were killed over the weekend following a crash in southwest Fort Worth.
The accident happened around 3:30 p.m. on Highway 67 when a head-on collision occurred. A Fiat 500 driven by 56-year-old Linda White was headed west when she crossed the center stripe and traveled into the eastbound lane.
The Fiat then struck a Jeep Liberty driven by 23-year-old Heaven Anita.
Passengers in the Fiat were killed as a result of the wreck. They were identified as Sarah C. Hale, 41 and Kimberly A. Robbins, 35.
White also died in the crash.
Anita was sent to a Fort Worth hospital for her injuries.
Crash investigators will review all factors that may have led up to the accident and police reports will be made available in fourteen days.
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Head-on collisions are more severe than minor fender benders or other types of car accidents. The injuries that result from head-on collisions are often serious and require immediate medical attention. The most common head-on accident injuries include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, whiplash, and many more. For the case above, a head-on crash led to the death of two drivers due to the extent of injuries suffered in the crash.
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