Two seriously injured in South Austin motorcycle crash
AUSTIN, TX – Two people were hospitalized with serious injuries following a single motorcycle collision south of Austin Friday evening.
The crash occurred within the 11800 block of Old San Antonio Road just after 6:00 p.m., according to the official Twitter page of Austin- Travis County EMS. Officials noticed two victims had been injured upon thier arrival on the scene.
#ATCEMSMedics & @AustinFireInfo on scene ~11800 Old San Antonio Rd (18:01) Reported single motorcycle collision, 2 patients. 2 #ATCEMS ambulances & Commander on scene. @STAR_Flight_TC has been requested to transport 1 adult patient. #MoveOverSlowDown expect delays. More to follow
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) August 21, 2020
Both patients were transported to Dell Seton Medical Center. One individual was treated for potentially life-threatening injuries while the other’s injuries were considered to be potentially serious.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation as of Friday night.
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