AUSTIN, TX – Officials with Austin-Travis County emergency services transported one person to the hospital after extracting them from the greenbelt Tuesday night.
According to the official Twitter page of Austin-Travis County EMS, officials were called to initial reports of an unconscious person on the Barton Creek Greenbelt shortly after 7:30 p.m.
Multiple #ATCEMS & @AustinFireInfo Rescue assets responding to a reported Land Rescue in the Greenbelt at 2800 Barton Skwy (19:21); Initial unconfirmed reports of a person found “unconscious”. More to Follow…
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) August 26, 2020
Upon their arrival, officials made contact with an adult patent who was conscious and prepped them for transport to a local hosptial.
The patient was extracted and taken to a local hosptial to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Details regarding what caused the accident have yet to be released.
AUSTIN, TX – A person was rescued by emergency crews Sunday afternoon after falling from the Bee Hive Wall greenbelt, according to the official Twitter account of the Austin-Travis County EMS.
The incident happened at 12:12 p.m. at 4425 South MOPAC Expressway service road, in the Barton Creek Greenbelt area, after an adult fell about 15 feet onto the trail.
Emergency crews used a “big wheel” stretcher to move the patient from the trail.
The victim, who has yet to be publicly identified by authorities, was taken to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center with injuries described as potentially serious.
No other people were injured in the accident.
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