2 dead, 2 hurt in fiery suburban Dallas crash
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (AP) — Two people are dead and two injured after a fiery highway crash in the Dallas suburb of Grand Prairie.
The crash happened at around 10:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 30. Police say the driver of a fast-moving Dodge swerved and hit a Toyota SUV and a Chevy sedan, causing the gas tank to spill. It went into a spin and was hit from behind by a Chevy Tahoe when it burst into flames.
Both people inside the Dodge were pronounced dead at the scene. They could not immediately be identified.
The two people inside the Tahoe were hospitalized and listed in serious condition.