• September 05, 2023

Nathan Baker Killed in Three-Vehicle Accident on Burnet Road in Austin, TX

Austin, TX — August 2, 2023, Nathan Baker was killed in a three-car crash in the 8200 block of Burnet Road in Austin, TX.

Authorities indicate that on August 2, a fatal crash involving three vehicles occurred in Austin. According to reports, the accident happened shortly before 9:47 in the morning. Investigators say an SUV ran through a red light on Burnet Road and crashed into a bus and another vehicle. Sources say the vehicle that was struck was a parked car.

Officials confirmed that the SUV driver, Nathan Baker, was killed in the collision. No other injuries were reported. No further information has been released at this time.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the crash.


Courtney Patteson, One Injured in Bus Accident on I-45N in Shenandoah, TX

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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