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Woman who died in Arlington wreck thought she was having a heart attack, police say

A woman who possibly had a medical issue died Sunday afternoon in a single-vehicle wreck in Arlington, police say.

She was later identified by the Tarrant County medical examiner's office as Diana Jemes, 61, of Wylie.

Jemes veered off Interstate 20 in the 5500 block and down an embankment, crashing at Green Oaks Boulevard shortly after 3:30 p.m., police say.

Police said Jemes called her daughter shortly before the crash. She told her daughter she thought she was having a heart attack and was going to try to drive herself to a hospital.

"Very sad case," said police spokesman Christopher Cook.

Arlington Texas police are seeking two women who they say used a baby stroller to conceal about $1,000 worth of stolen cosmetics at the Ulta in the Highlands shopping center in two incidents in May and early June.

Lt. Chris Cook, Arlington police spokesman, gives an update on the case of a UTA student who was kidnapped and raped on Wednesday.

Scene from a multi-vehicle fatality accident on I-35W southbound just north of Ripy Street in Fort Worth.

Stephen English: 817-390-7330, @sbenglish74
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