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Woman killed in car accident after driver falls asleep

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A young woman died in a freeway accident Sunday afternoon near Fort Worth Alliance Airport after the driver of the car she was in lost control and crashed into a guardrail, police said.

The driver, identified in the accident report as Clark Bradley Million, age 56, faces no charges as of Tuesday morning and told police he fell asleep, police spokesman Tracy Carter said.

The accident happened shortly before 3 p.m. in the 14900 block of Interstate 35W, according to police records.



Sarah Million, 25, of Fort Worth was riding in the front passenger seat when the southbound vehicle veered to the left side of the roadway and struck the guardrail, Carter said.

The guardrail entered the passenger compartment and impaled Sarah Million, he said.

She was transported to John Peter Smith Hospital by CareFlite and pronounced dead shortly after 4 p.m., according to police and the Tarrant County medical examiner.

Police did not immediately say Tuesday morning what Clark Million’s relation was to Sarah Million. Public records show that Clark Million and Sarah Million live at the same address in the Berkeley Place neighborhood of Fort Worth.

Stephen English: 817-390-7330, @sbenglish74

A pair of eyewitnesses to a fatality accident in the heart of the Stockyards on Thursday said police were not in hot pursuit before the crash.

Two unidentified victims have died after a semi truck got into a wreck with a Trinity Railway Express train Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Two other people had life-threatening injuries, according MedStar.

A pickup truck slid off the road and slammed into a utility pole off Davis Boulevard in North Richland Hills early Thursday.

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