• January 16, 2017

One Woman Killed, Two Adults & Two Children Hurt in Suspected DUI Accident on U.S. 183 in Austin, TX

Austin, TX -- A suspected alcohol related collision killed an unidentified woman and left two adults and two children with injuries on U.S. 183 in Austin, TX.

Witness accounts say they saw one of the vehicles slowing down, presumably after some sort of mechanical issues. Just then, a second vehicle collided with the first vehicle. It is not entirely clear which victims were in each vehicle, but police say one woman in her 30's was killed. It appears two adults and two children were left with undisclosed injuries.

The cause of the deadly crash is uncertain, but police say they believe alcohol was a factor.

Authorities are reportedly investigating that angle at this time.

The preliminary press release provided no further information at the time of the report.

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