AUSTIN, TX – One person was severely injured in a collision that struck a pedestrian in north Austin this morning, according to a tweet posted by the Austin-Travis County EMS.
Multiple #ATCEMS, @AustinFireInfo & @Austin_Police assets responding to a reported, but unconfirmed Rollover collision with an associated patient ejection & auto v pedestrian at W Braker Ln / Research Blvd SvRd NB (09:13); Unknown number of patients. More to Follow…
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) November 1, 2020
The crash happened at the intersection of Research Blvd and W Braker Ln at about 9:15 a.m. when a vehicle overturned and collided with a pedestrian.
At least one person was declared a trauma alert and suffered serious and possibly life-threatening injuries in the collision. The victim, who was not publicly identified in the tweet, was taken to Dell Seton for treatment.
No other injuries were reported by ATCEMS.
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