• December 14, 2022

Austin Brazda Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX -- December 13, 2022, Austin Brazda was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle hit him, then fled the scene.

Investigators said that the collision took place early Tuesday in the area of George Dieter Drive and Gateway Boulevard W.

It appears that 26-year-old Austin Brazda was on a bicycle traveling southbound. A vehicle somehow hit Brazda, then left the scene.

Brazda sustained fatal injuries due to the accident. Police have not described the suspect vehicle at this time.

Commentary on Austin Brazda Hit-and-run Accident in El Paso

It's frustrating when there isn't more information available to assist the public in identifying the runaway driver in these hit-and-runs. Even without the description, though, the public is one of the best tools a family has in a situation like this. Someone may notice a neighbor or co-worker with recent damage, and a local business could come forward with video that caught the incident. One way or another, I maintain hope that the driver here will be brought to justice and this man's grieving loved ones will get the conclusion they deserve.

Austin Brazda Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in El Paso, TX

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