The Fort Worth Police Department and local service Med Star are on the scene, as well, and assisting with the search and rescue. Due to the icy conditions, the agencies are bringing in sand trucks to help improve law enforcement and the fire department’s ability to reach and assist people in need. "This is obviously not something we deal with a lot in Fort Worth," Drivdahl said, referring to the ice and snow. "But we do have the resources to respond to it."
Fort Worth 100-vehicle pileup leaves at least 3 dead, multiple people injured: officials
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