Two people hurt in pin-in crash on US-183 in SE Austin
AUSTIN, TX – A pin-in collision in southeast Austin early this morning resulted in two people being injured, with one of them suffering life-threatening wounds, according to a tweet published by the Austin-Travis County EMS.
The accident happened in the 5600 block of S US-183, near Annalise Dr, at 2:19 a.m. when two vehicles collided, pinning one person in the wreckage.
The person who was pinned was rescued about 25 minutes later and was taken to St. David’s South for the treatment of injuries deemed to be possibly serious.
The other victim was also transported to St. David’s with life-threatening, critical injuries.
Authorities did not reveal the cause of the accident or the identities of the victims.
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