• October 14, 2022

Miranda “Randi” Welch Injured in Scooter Accident in Austin, TX

Austin, TX -- October 11, 2022, Miranda "Randi" Welch was injured after an accident involving a scooter which left Welch in a coma.

Initial details said that the incident happened at around 2:30 a.m. along East 6th Street in the area of Onion Street.

Randi Welch Injured in Scooter Accident in Austin, TX

Right now, additional details are limited. Somehow, 33-year-old Miranda "Randi" Welch was on a scooter when an incident occurred, leaving her unconscious in the roadway.

Due to the incident, Welch is currently in a coma. No further information is available, and it's unclear if anyone else was involved in the accident. Investigations continue.

Commentary on Miranda "Randi" Welch Scooter Accident in Austin

It's not entirely unusual for there to be so few details available after a serious accident, but it is somewhat concerning. When I see a lack of information, it's sometimes a sign authorities simply aren't giving the incident the attention it deserves. Anyone who has been on 6th Street at 2:30 a.m. knows it is far from empty. The bars may be closed, but the crowd takes a while to disperse. Is there anyone who saw what happened? Was another driver involved? Did police respond quickly or speak with anyone who may have played a role in the incident? Folks would be surprised how often police can simply miss important information. As the community rallies around this victim, it's important to understand why they should also be taking steps to ensure the facts come to light.

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