• December 07, 2022

Elisabett Oceguera Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on I-35 in Austin, TX

Austin, TX — December 3, 2022, 52-year-old Elisabett Oceguera died after a single-vehicle accident on South Interstate 35 in Austin.

Authorities say the incident happened around 2:05 p.m. along the 8500 block of southbound I-35 South. Preliminary investigation suggests only that Oceguera was driving a sedan in the area when she may have lost control and crashed for unknown reasons.

Oceguera was taken to an area hospital where she died a short time later.

No further information is available at this time.

Elisabett Oceguera Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on I-35 in Austin, TX

Commentary on Elisabett Oceguera Accident in Austin

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The law is nuanced enough to consider all a wreck's potential factors, and how much of a role each one played. Did the victim's car have mechanical problems or defects? Did a tire blow out? Was the road hazardous? Was the driver awake, alert, in good health, and focused on the road? Could another vehicle have run her off the road but left the scene?

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