A man was killed in a fiery crash on a country road in southwest Dallas on Sunday, police said.

    A car in the parking lot of a grocery store near the intersection of Highway 63 and the South Dallas Tollway crashed into a truck and then crashed into another vehicle, Dallas police said in a news release.

    Police said the crash occurred about 4 p.m.

    Sunday on Interstate 40, about 10 miles west of Dallas.

    Witnesses reported hearing a crash, police Sgt. Kevin Bowers said.

    The man who was killed was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department.

    The other person in the car was transported to a local hospital, police added.

    The truck that was hit in the crash is a Chevrolet Suburban, and the Suburban was traveling south on I-40 at about 5 mph, Bowers told The Associated Press.

    A white pickup truck had to make a U-turn in the median to avoid the crash, Bower said.

    No other details were immediately available.

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