• January 04, 2017

3 Adults, 1 Kid Injured in Cedar Park, TX, Accident on TX-183A

Cedar Park, TX -- December 27, 2016, three adults and one child were injured following an accident in which multiple vehicles crashed on TX-183A.

Cedar Park Police officials released preliminary reports regarding the multiple vehicle accident which occurred near the intersection of TX-183A and East New Hope Road.

According to reports, a westbound vehicle crossed the intersection of the frontage road. In doing so, it was struck by another vehicle traveling southbound. This collision caused the westbound vehicle to catch on fire.

Emergency crews rushed to the scene of the accident to extinguish the fire and render aid to the motorists. Reports say that a 7-year-old boy was taken to Dell Children's Medical Center, while the three adults were taken elsewhere. Injuries did not appear to be serious.

Authorities did not say who had the right of way at the time of the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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