• August 04, 2023

Victoria Carter Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Travis County, TX

Travis County, TX — July 4, 2023, Victoria Carter was injured following a single-vehicle car accident at around 2:55 a.m. along MoPac Expressway.

Authorities say that the incident happened in the area of the 14800 block of MoPac Expressway/Tollway 1.

Victoria Carter Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Travis County, TX

Initial statements indicate that 29-year-old Victoria Carter was in a Kia Sportage that was traveling northbound along the tollway. Just past a tollbooth, the vehicle somehow lost control. It went to the right and hit the guardrail before then veering left onto the shoulder and hitting the median barrier.

From preliminary investigations, it appears that Carter had incapacitating injuries as a result of the crash. There were no other occupants listed in Carter's vehicle. Authorities have yet to confirm the cause of the accident, and investigations appear to be ongoing.



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Shenandoah, TX — August 29, 2023, Courtney Patteson and another driver were injured in a collision with a bus around 5 p.m. on I-45N in Shenandoah. Investigators report Ms. Patteson's Nissan Altima was rear-ended by a bus while she was stopped in traffic on I-45. The initial impact purportedly forced the Altima forward into the...

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