One hospitalized after falling in Bull Creek Greenbelt
AUSTIN, TX – Officials with Austin-Travis County emergency services responded to a slip-and-fall accident that left one person injured near the Bull Creek Greenbelt.
According to the official Twitter page of Austin-Travis County EMS, the incident occurred when the victim was attempting to leave within the 7000 block of Spicewood Springs Road shortly before 5:00 p.m.
Multiple #ATCEMS @AustinFireInfo & @STAR_Flight_TC responding to a reported Land Rescue at the ~7000 blk of Spicewood Springs Rd (16:54); Initial report of a patient who suffered a slip/trip/fall while exiting the creek. More to Follow…
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) August 24, 2020
Officials treated the patient at the scene and prepared them to be transported to the hospital for further evaluation. Their injuries have not been deemed life-threatening at this time.
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