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6-year-old boy hurt in T-bone collision on Riata Vista Circle in Millwood

AUSTIN, TX – A 6-year-old child was reported as injured following a two-vehicle collision in the Millwood area on Wednesday morning, according to the Texas Department of Transportation.

The crash happened at 12999 Riata Vista Cir at 9:14 a.m., when the 42-year-old driver of a silver 2015 Acura failed to yield the right of way at an intersection. The front of her vehicle collided with the left side of a black 2016 Nissan being driven by a 38-year-old man.

A passenger in the front seat of the Nissan, a 6-year-old boy, sustained possible injuries in the accident. He was restrained in his car seat at the time of the crash.

Neither driver was injured.

The Austin personal injury attorneys of Gibson Hill understand how difficult it is recover from the aftermath of a serious accident. We have helped people face these challenges and have guided them through the legal system's complexities in order to help them receive the best medical treatment available as well as financial compensation. Call 512-580-8334 for a free consultation today.

Note: Serious accidents happen every day in Texas. Our blog serves as a reminder of this devastating fact and we hope that increased awareness of the risks we all face every day helps us take further steps towards prevention. Our posts are sourced from local news outlets and are updated frequently. Should you find details that are out of date or incorrect, please let us know so we may update the post to contain the most current information.

Child suffers critical injuries after being hit by car on William Cannon Dr

AUSTIN, TX – A young child was hospitalized with life-threatening wounds after being struck by a driver on William Cannon Drive this evening, according to KXAN.

The collision occurred in the 4400 block of W William Cannon Drive before 8 p.m., when a driver collided with a 3-year-old or 4-year-old child.

The child was taken to Dell Children’s for the treatment of critical, life-threatening wounds.

The driver remained at the scene and is not thought to have been under the influence.

 

The Austin personal injury attorneys of Gibson Hill understand how difficult it is recover from the aftermath of a serious accident. We have helped people face these challenges and have guided them through the legal system's complexities in order to help them receive the best medical treatment available as well as financial compensation. Call 512-580-8334 for a free consultation today.

Note: Serious accidents happen every day in Texas. Our blog serves as a reminder of this devastating fact and we hope that increased awareness of the risks we all face every day helps us take further steps towards prevention. Our posts are sourced from local news outlets and are updated frequently. Should you find details that are out of date or incorrect, please let us know so we may update the post to contain the most current information.

Two children and one adult suffer possibly serious injuries in NE Austin

AUSTIN, TX – Two children and an adult were taken to the hospital following a collision on Ed Bluestein Boulevard last night, according to the Austin-Travis County EMS.

The accident happened near the intersection of Loyola Lane and the northbound Ed Bluestein Blvd service road at 6:07 p.m., when two vehicles collided.

Two children were taken to Dell Children’s for the treatment of possibly serious injuries.

An adult victim also sustained possibly severe wounds and was taken to Dell Seton for treatment.

The cause of the crash and the identities of the victims were not immediately available.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


Child and 5 adults injured in multi-vehicle crash on Hwy 183

AUSTIN, TX – Six people, including a child, were injured in a pin-in collision on Highway 183 earlier this evening, according to the Austin-Travis County EMS.


The accident occurred in the 9900 block of S Highway 183, near Maha Loop, at 7:57 p.m., when multiple vehicles collided.

One person was pinned within the wreckage of the crash for a time.

Authorities declared all six patients to be trauma alerts.

A child was taken to Dell Children’s with severe, life-threatening injuries.

Authorities took two adults to South Austin Medical, with one of them suffering critical, life-threatening wounds, and the other sustaining serious injuries that were possibly life-threatening.

Two other adults were taken to Dell Seton with severe wounds that were not expected to be life-threatening.

The final patient was taken to South Austin for the treatment of non-critical wounds.

The cause of the crash and the identities of the victims were not immediately released.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


2 children and 4 adults injured in Todd Ln rollover crash

AUSTIN, TX – Six people, including two children, were taken to the hospital following a rollover accident on Todd Lane this afternoon, according to the Austin-Travis County EMS.


The accident happened in the 3700 block of Todd Lane at 1:45 p.m., when a single vehicle crashed and rolled over onto its side.

One person was partially ejected from the vehicle and declared a trauma alert. They were taken to St. David’s South for the treatment of serious injuries that were possibly life-threatening.

Three other adults and two children were taken to the same hospital, all with non-critical wounds.

Bystanders at the scene were reportedly able to help upright the vehicle.

Authorities advised travelers to avoid the area and to expect heavy traffic delays.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


1 child, 3 adults injured in rollover crash on Thunderbird Rd in W Austin

AUSTIN, TX – A child and three adults were taken to the hospital following a rollover accident in west Austin this afternoon, according to a tweet posted by the Austin-Travis County EMS.

The accident happened in the 8800 block of Thunderbird Rd near Hwy 290 just after 4:45 p.m. when at least one vehicle rolled over an unspecified number of times.

One person, who was possibly ejected from the vehicle, was taken to St. David’s South for the treatment of critical, life-threatening injuries.

Two other adults were taken to the same hospital with injuries that were considered to be potentially serious.

Additionally, a child was taken to Dell Children’s with non-critical wounds.

Authorities did not release the identities of the victims or the cause of the crash.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


Child and two adults injured in structure fire near Mopac Expwy

AUSTIN, TX – A child and two adults were injured early this morning in a structure fire near the Mopac Expressway Service Road, according to a tweet by the Austin-Travis County EMS.

The crash was reported by ATCEMS at 3 a.m. and happened in the 8100 block of the N Mopac Expy S service road.

A child and two adults were taken to Dell Seton and Dell Children’s for the treatment of injuries deemed to be potentially serious.

ATCEMS did not publicly identify the victims or state the cause of the accident.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin burn injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


Woman collides with vehicle carrying 3 children, injures driver in alleged E Austin DUI

AUSTIN, TX – A woman suspected of speeding, of driving while intoxicated, and of driving without a license collided with another vehicle in east Austin on Tuesday night, leading to the possible injury of the other driver, according to an accident report published by MyAccident.org.

The accident happened at 9166 FM-969, located near the KIPP Academy of Arts and Letters and Bantom Woods Bend just before 9:45 p.m.

The driver of a red 2001 Volkswagen, a 32-year-old Austin woman, allegedly was driving at a high rate of speed while intoxicated and failed to maintain a single lane. She collided with a silver 2005 Honda driven by a 31-year-old woman from Smithville, and which was also transporting a 32-year-old man and three children aged 6 to 10.

The driver of the Honda received possible injuries of undisclosed severity.

No other injuries were reported in the collision.

The Volkswagen’s driver, who reportedly was driving without a valid license, was found to be at fault.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.


2 children, 2 adults injured in crash on Hwy 183 in S Austin

AUSTIN, TX – Two children and two adults were injured Saturday night in a pin-in collision on Highway 183 in south Austin, according to the official Twitter account of the Austin-Travis County EMS.

The accident happened just before 9 p.m. at the intersection of South U.S. Highway 183 and South FM 973 (also known as Clinger Road), and involved at least two vehicles.

Two children were reportedly ejected during the crash and at least one adult was pinned within the wreckage.

One adult was taken to Dell Seton, while the other was brought to South Austin Medical Center. Both are being treated for serious, possibly life-threatening injuries.

The two children were taken to Dell Children’s Medical Center, also for the treatment of serious, possibly life-threatening wounds.

The identities of the victims and the circumstances of the collision were not released in the tweet.

This is a series of articles presented by Gibson Hill Personal Injury as a way of keeping our Austin community safer and informed about traffic incidents and other news. Blog posts should not be taken as legal advice. However, if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call the Austin car accident injury lawyers of Gibson Hill today for a consultation. You may be able to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or other expenses.