We are backing up to take cover as SWAT attempts to make forced entry at this point. pic.twitter.com/x7jTeFPYWf— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) June 9, 2017
A semi began hitting vehicles on West Freeway in Fort Worth and that is when the chase began. FWPD attempted to pull the rig over but the driver refused. The semi struck a few more vehicles before crashing and catching fire in Arlington at EB Interstate 30 and Cooper Street.
"As of right now a female can be seen inside of the cabin but we do not know if anyone else is in the truck or the condition of the female or if she is the only person inside," aid Bradley Perez, a spokesman with Fort Worth police.
SWAT has arrived on-scene to approach the female still inside the semi. FWPD are still investigating why the driver resisted and started the chase.
The burnt vehicle behind the semi, the driver was able to escape and get to the hospital. Unknown condition. pic.twitter.com/JaPYpfcD5e— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) June 9, 2017