Man Killed, 2 Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on W. Division Street at 300 N. Bowen Road in Arlington

Man Killed, 2 Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on W. Division Street at 300 N. Bowen Road in Arlington

One Killed and Two Injured in Arlington Two-Vehicle Crash at W. Division Street and 300 N. Bowen Road

Arlington, Texas (September 14, 2019) – A man was killed and two other people were injured Friday evening in a two-vehicle crash at an Arlington intersection, according to a local news source.

The crash was reported just before 7:00 p.m. September 13, in the 2400 block of W. Division Street at 300 N. Bowen Road.

According to investigators, a passenger sedan was heading westbound on Division Street when it ran a red light in the inside lane. A minivan was traveling eastbound on Division Street and was attempting to turn northbound onto Bowen Road and the two vehicles collided.

The driver of the sedan, a man his mid-20s, was taken to the hospital where he later died.

Two people in the minivan were taken to the hospital but are expected to survive.

The crash remains under investigation.

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