AUSTIN, TX – A male pedestrian was killed Friday night after being struck by a vehicle along U.S. Highway 183 near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Friday night.
According to the Austin American-Statesman, the crash happened along U.S. 183 shortly before 11:30 p.m. Paramedics preformed CPR on the injured man but their efforts were unsuccessful, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver involved in the collision stayed at the scene to render assistance. No further information on the circumstances leading up to the crash have been released as of Monday night.
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AUSTIN, TX – One pedestrian is in the hospital after being struck along a busy South Austin street early Friday morning.
According to a report by the Austin American Stateman, the accident happened within the 700 blocks of East Stassney Lane, a few blocks east of South Congress Avenue.
Police were forced to shut down the eastbound lane of Stassney Ln. for a few hours Friday morning, they have since been reopened. Information on how the pedestrian was struck and their condition as of Friday evening has not yet been made available.
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