A 36-year-old woman was killed in a wreck on I-35 in south Fort Worth late Friday in which one of the vehicles involved was sent into a concrete barricade, according to reports.
The northbound vehicles collided about 11:10 p.m. in the 12400 block of I-35 near the Rendon-Crowley Road exit, Fort Worth police said in a statement.
A black Lexus driven by Christopher Alami, 21, of Burleson clipped the back of a gray Hyundai SUV occupied by a woman and her son, police spokesman Lt. Paul Henderson said in the statement. The Lexus went out of control and struck a concrete barrier on the passenger side, killing the passenger in the Lexus, Henderson said.
The woman and her son were uninjured.
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Henderson said in the statement that Alami was taken to JPS hospital with minor injuries and later arrested on suspicion of intoxication manslaughter. Police performed a mandatory blood test for alcohol, the statement said.
The identity of the woman who died in the wreck was withheld pending a medical examiner's report.
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