• November 06, 2023

Nereyda Bueno Figueroa Killed, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Austin, TX

UPDATE (Dallas 7, 2023): Further information about the accident identified the woman killed as 39-year-old Nereyda Bueno Figueroa. The statements also allege that the driver who crashed with Figueroa's vehicle was under the influence of alcohol at the time. That driver appears to have been arrested for intoxication manslaughter. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Austin, TX — November 5, 2023, a person was killed, and a minor was injured in a two-vehicle crash in the 13000 block of Farm-to-Market Road 812.

Authorities indicate that on November 5, an accident occurred when two vehicles collided in Austin for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened shortly after 5:30 in the morning. Investigators say the two vehicles collided in the 13000 block of Farm-to-Market Road 812. The cause has not been determined, and limited details have been released.

Officials confirmed that one person, whose name has not been released, suffered fatal injuries. A minor was reportedly injured and taken to an area hospital. Police say the minor's injuries were possibly severe. Sources say a third person declined transport to the hospital. It is unclear if the person was injured.

No further information is available at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

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