A horrific crash in Texas has left six people are dead after more than 100-vehicles piled up on an icy interstate near Fort Worth, Texas.
Six people were killed and dozens taken to the hospital in a crash involving 133 cars on a Texas highway Thursday.
One of the women involved shared her incredible story of escaping the wreckage to help others. https://t.co/X0jA3x8Cay
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Dozens of people were trapped had to be treated for injuries in a pileup that extended for a mile. Authorities blame freezing rain and black ice for the pileup along Interstate 35 Thursday.
A crash scene involving dozens of vehicles that stretches more than a mile along a north Texas interstate has been declared a "mass casualty" event by authorities. https://t.co/YUoQ58MYpF pic.twitter.com/35hhAWdDMV
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By EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News
(FORT WORTH, Texas) —
Multiple people are trapped following a freeway pileup in Fort Worth, Texas, according to the Fort Worth Fire Department.
The number of people trapped was not immediately clear.
The accident scene covers about 1.5 miles, ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA-TV reported.
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