The second fatal accident in less than two weeks at Westmoreland and West Davis left the driver dead and two paramedics injured.
The Dallas Police Department reports that 28-year-old Luis Cabrera was traveling south on Westmoreland about 3:15 a.m. Sunday when he ran a red light at West Davis and crashed into an ambulance that was headed west.
All three were taken to the hospital, where Cabrera died. The ambulance driver was released a few hours later, according to the Dallas Morning News, but the medic who was in the passenger seat had more serious injuries.
A similar accident on Jan. 30 killed a woman who was driving east on West Davis. A man accused of drunk driving ran a red light headed south on Westmorland and crashed into her. In that case, the driver ran away but was arrested at a nearby house shortly after.
The driver in that case, 24-year-old Julio Cesar Menendez Guerrero, told police he was dizzy from eating Mexican food.