19-year-old killed in crash on I-30 in Arlington

A portion of I-30 was closed for several hours Thursday morning in Arlington after a fatal crash.

The wreck happened just before 4 a.m., and involved multiple vehicles in the westbound lanes of the interstate, near Fielder Road.

Investigators said a car that had become disabled in the center lane was struck from behind by another car, a motorcycle, and a pickup truck.

The driver of the originally disabled car, a 19-year-old man, had gotten out and was killed by the impact of the crash.

All other injuries were minor.

No criminal charges are being filed in the crash.

Crews closed I-30 to investigate the crash, and the interstate was reopened just after 10:30 a.m.


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