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Pickup driver killed, 2 people injured in Fort Worth crash involving Trinity Metro bus

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A pickup truck driver was killed Wednesday morning and two other people were seriously injured in a traffic accident involving a Trinity Metro bus, authorities said.

The man who died was identified as Luis Daniel Hernandez, 60, of Fort Worth, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s website on Wednesday.

The crash was reported at about 5 a.m. at Angle and W. Long avenues.

The pickup driver was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

The bus driver and a passenger were taken to a local hospital.

“We do not have any update on their conditions,” said Trinity Metro spokeswoman Laura Hanna in an email a few hours after the fatal accident.

Trinity Metro officials referred all questions to police.

Police and firefighters responded to the scene as the wreck involved a pickup and a Trinity Metro bus.

Police have not released any details on how the crash happened. The investigation continues.

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