FORT WORTH -- Eleven people were taken to hospitals Tuesday night after a Fort Worth T bus and a Nissan collided at the south end of downtown, officials said.
The wreck occurred about 7:20 p.m. at East Lancaster Avenue and Calhoun Street, police said.
The bus was traveling through a green light when it was struck, T spokeswoman Joan Hunter said.
The driver of the Nissan and 10 of the 28 passengers on the bus were taken to hospitals, she said, adding that none of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.
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Another bus was called, and the remaining passengers continued on their route about 45 minutes later.
The T and police will investigate, which is the usual procedure after a wreck, Hunter said.
-- Marty Sabota
Suspect held in fatal shooting in Arlington
ARLINGTON -- A suspect has been arrested in the fatal shooting of an Arlington man last week at a north Arlington apartment complex, police reported Tuesday.
Fernandus Lynn Montgomery Jr. was in the Arlington Jail on Tuesday night facing a capital murder charge. Bail had not been set.
Montgomery is accused of killing Troy Prater, 23, who was found at the Bristol Pointe complex Dec. 20. He had been shot in the abdomen, authorities said.
Detectives concluded that robbery was the motive for the shooting, a news release stated.
-- Mitch Mitchell