Lago Vista, TX — March 5, 2018, two people sustained serious injuries due to an accident where their vehicles collided along FM 1431.
According to information released by the Travis County Emergency Services department, the incident occurred at around 7:00 p.m. off the intersection of FM 1431 and Adrian Boulevard.
The exact details surrounding the accident are not clear at this time. Police investigators reportedly only that a pickup and a sedan somehow collided head-on along FM 1431.
As a result of the crash, a man in his 20s and a woman in her 80s were trapped in their vehicles. Rescue teams extracted the drivers and transported them to local hospitals for intensive care.
At this time, the factors leading up to the collision remain under investigation.
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