• March 15, 2023

One Killed in Pedestrian Accident on North FM 620 in Austin, TX

Austin, TX -- March 14, 2023, one person was killed after an accident where a vehicle struck them along North FM 620.

Investigators said that the incident happened in the area of North FM 620 and Lake Creek Parkway at around 9:30 p.m. Right now, exact details are unavailable. Authorities said only that a person was on foot when a vehicle hit them, resulting in fatal injuries. The driver cooperated, police say, and there are no additional details available right now.

Austin, TX Pedestrian Accident Kills 1 on North FM 620 at Lake Creek Pkwy

Pedestrian accidents are unfortunately common in Texas, but they seem to happen a lot down there in the capital. What always concerns me is that between the number of these accidents, other fatal traffic incidents, alcohol-related crashes, and other general responsibilities, authorities have a lot to worry about. Accidents like this one can unfortunately fall low on their list of priorities. But getting answers for someone's loved ones should always be a priority, and I just hope Austin or Travis County authorities are able to dedicate the time necessary to get this person's family the answers they deserve.



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