TRAVIS COUNTY, TX- One victim was seriously injured and another potential victim missing after being ejected from a vehicle in an early Saturday crash near Lake Travis, according to Fox 7 News.
On early Saturday, a truck hit a guardrail on FM 1431 and ejected the driver and the potential passenger after rolling. The truck caught on fire in the accident. After the accident, officials arrived at the scene and were able to locate the driver, who was transported to an area hospital. However, the alleged passenger was still missing after Saturday night. Officials are attempting to locate the passenger, but the information about there being a passenger involved in the accident may have been incorrect.
This accident is still under investigation. We will be monitoring for updates.
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TRAVIS COUNTY, TX – Officials with the Travis County Sheriff’s office were forced to close off at least one lane on State Highway 71 following a crash late Tuesday night.
According to the Autin-Travis County traffic report page, the accident happened on SH-71 westbound near Doctor Scott Drive just after 11:00 p.m. No word on if any injuries were sustained as a result of the crash has been made available.
Authorities have closed off the westbound lanes on SH-71 following the crash and are urging drivers to find an alternate route around the collision throughout Tuesday night and into early Wednesday morning.
We will continue to follow this developing story and provide any updates as they are released by the Travis County Sheriff’s office.
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