Mother Dies In Officer-Involved Collision

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    A woman dies in a collision involving an off-duty police officer.

    An investigation is under way after a woman was killed Friday in a collision involving an off-duty Fort Worth police officer in the 3800 block of Columbus Trail, police said.

    At about 2:30 a.m. Officer Jesus Cisneros, 37, was driving westbound in an unmarked police vehicle when he collided with Sonia
    Baker's southbound Chrysler PT Cruiser as she attempted an eastbound turn in front of his vehicle, police said.

    The 27-year-old woman died in the crash and Cisneros was transported to John Peter Smith Hospital in serious condition, police said.

    Mother Dies In Officer-Involved Collision

    [DFW] Mother Dies In Officer-Involved Collision
    An investigation is under way after a mother was killed Friday in a collision involving an off-duty Fort Worth police officer, police say.

    Baker, a wife and mother of two boys ages 4 and 5, was on her way to pick up breakfast before heading into work, her family said.

    Investigators said alcohol may have been involved on the part of the off-duty officer, but test results have not been returned.

    Cisneros has been an officer with the Fort Worth Police Department since September 2001.

    "This is a tragic incident and a very, very serious matter. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families," Lt. Paul Henderson said in a statement released Friday.