Three west side residents die in automobile related wrecks during one-week period

Crosses with the accident victims’ names have been placed at the sight of the deadly incident.

Crosses with the accident victims’ names have been placed at the sight of the deadly incident.

The names of the two people who died last week after a motorcycle and a car collided in far west Fort Worth were released Tuesday.

The motorcycle rider, Jeremy Williamson, 21, of White Settlement, was pronounced dead at the scene, the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office reported.

Noemi Mendoza, 24, of Fort Worth, a passenger in a four-door Nissan, died later at Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, the medical examiner reported.

The wreck was reported at 8:07 p.m. on White Settlement Road where it passes over West Loop 820, according to police reports.

Williamson, on a 2008 Suzuki, was eastbound when the westbound Nissan started to turn south onto the Loop’s access road, a news report stated.

The car was turning “on a protected green arrow,” police said. Witnesses told investigators that the motorcycle “accelerated on a yellow light,” according to a police report.

The motorcycle struck the passenger side of the car.

The driver of the car, 25, and a 2-year-old child were checked at the scene but were not taken to a hospital, according to police.

Benbrook man killed in rollover accident

A Benbrook man was killed early Tuesday morning in a rollover traffic accident in northwest Fort Worth, authorities said.

The driver of the truck that rolled was arrested, accused of intoxication manslaughter, KDFW Fox News reported.

The victim has been identified as Kelvin Chazarreta, 23, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The wreck occurred shortly after 2:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 8200 block of Western Lakes Drive.

KDFW Fox News reported that four men were in a truck when the driver lost control of the vehicle as he approached a small drop off in the road. The truck rolled and Chazarreta was pinned under the pickup, the station reported.

No other injuries were reported.

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