A fatal crash early Friday had U.S. 287 at Harmon Road in Fort Worth closed, backing up traffic in the area.
A fatal crash early Friday had U.S. 287 at Harmon Road in Fort Worth closed, backing up traffic in the area. Google Maps
A fatal crash early Friday had U.S. 287 at Harmon Road in Fort Worth closed, backing up traffic in the area. Google Maps

Fatal crash on U.S. 287 closes highway early Friday

July 21, 2017 07:45 AM

UPDATED July 21, 2017 10:18 AM

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