• January 24, 2017

Andrew Chetwood Killed in Austin, TX, Pedestrian Accident

Austin, TX -- January 11, 2017, Andrew Chetwood was killed as the result of an accident where he was hit by a vehicle while crossing the highway.

The Austin Police Department released an accident report regarding the fatal accident. They say that it occurred around 7:00 a.m. at the I-35 and US 290 interchange.

According to the accident report, 24-year-old Chetwood was walking along the I-35 northbound exit ramp toward east US 290. A vehicle entered this ramp in order to take US 290. Somehow, the vehicle and Chetwood crossed paths, leading to a collision.

Chetwood suffered critical injuries in the accident and was taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge for treatment. He eventually died from his injuries on January 14.

Authorities did not issue any charges or citations in relation to this accident. They say the incident is still being investigated.

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