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Driver killed in crash tried to ram another SUV, hit pole, Arlington police say

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A man died Tuesday when the sport utility vehicle he was driving crashed into a pole after he tried to ram another vehicle in Arlington, police said.

The crash occurred about 5:45 p.m. in the 700 block of West Division Street, near North Cooper Street.

The man was following another SUV in which there were two women and a teenager and tried to ram that vehicle several times while driving east on West Division Street, police said.

The man and one of the women had been involved in a romantic relationship and lived together, police said.

For a reason that was not clear, the man lost control of his SUV and hit a utility pole on the south side of the street, police said.

The man died at a hospital. One woman from the second SUV was taken with non-life-threatening injuries to a hospital.

The man was identified as Anthony Quincy Brown, 35, of Arlington, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s website on Wednesday. He was pronounced dead at 6:39 p.m. Tuesday.

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