• April 06, 2022

Keith Culver Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Austin, TX

Austin, TX -- March 30, 2022, Keith Culver was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle hit Culver, then fled the scene.

Authorities reported that the incident took place at around 9:00 a.m. in the area of East Stassney Lane and Burleson Road. According to officials, 73-year-old Keith Culver was on a bicycle along Stassney when a vehicle hit Culver. That vehicle then left the scene.

According to reports, Culver succumbed to his injuries the day following the accident. Right now, police say they're looking for a small, dark-colored Toyota 4-door vehicle. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Keith Culver Hit-and-run Accident in Austin

Keith Culver Hit-and-run Accident Austin, TX

Right now, there isn't much information surrounding this tragic event. Clearly, someone out there needs to be held accountable for their role in all of this. A prudent step toward that goal will simply be circulating these details as much as possible in the public eye. A lot of times, someone is able to connect the dots to a friend, co-worker, neighbor, mechanic shop, or even a family member. They can then help lead authorities to that person so they can take responsibility for what happened and so that authorities can determine what led to the accident in the first place. With continued help from the community, I remain hopeful that justice will be done here in due time.


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