An infant was killed and his father was injured in a car crash in Arlington, Texas on Thursday morning, according to NBC News.

The incident occurred when the driver of a truck was making a turn from Cooper Street onto California Lane and was hit by an oncoming car, which allegedly ran a red light. 

As the man and his baby -- who was in stroller -- were waiting to cross the street, the truck driver lost control of his car and struck them.

The child, whose age has not been confirmed, was pronounced dead at the scene. His father and both motorists suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

The names of the victims and drivers have not been released.

The investigation is ongoing; check back for updates.

In North Carolina, a four-month-old girl was killed in an alcohol-fueled car crash on Tuesday.

Londyn Johnson was one of six people crammed inside of the sedan being driven by 21-year-old Thabiti Ashim Pierre-Louis, who was the girl's babysitter.

Authorities said Pierre-Louis was driving "recklessly and at a high rate of speed while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage" when he tried to pass another vehicle and lost control of the car, crashing right outside of the Charlotte Fire Department.

The infant was not in a car seat at the time of the crash.