A Fort Worth man was killed Friday afternoon when his truck was hit by another car, which ran a red light on a Texas 161 service road, police said.
Police identified the victim as Daryl Lynn Salsbury, 38, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other driver was taken to Medical Center of Arlington with non-life-threatening injures, police said. Her condition was not available Sunday.
Officers responded to a major accident call about 2:30 p.m. Friday on the Texas 161 service road in the southbound lanes near Warrior Drive.
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Police determined that a 2014 Lincoln driven by a 69-year-old Grand Prairie woman was westbound on Warrior Trail when she ran the red light, police said.
The Lincoln collided with a 2009 Dodge truck driven by Salsbury, police said. Salsbury’s truck was traveling south on the service road, police said. According to police reports, Salsbury was not wearing a seat belt and was partially thrown out of the truck.
On impact, the Dodge truck overturned and collided with a 2011 Chrysler that was stopped for the red light, police. The occupants in the Chrysler were treated at the scene.
It was the 12th traffic fatality in the city this year.