• March 20, 2017

Nicholas Young Killed in Austin, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident

Austin, TX -- March 18, 2017, Nicholas Young was killed as the result of an accident in which his vehicle crashed off of Southwest Parkway.

Authorities from the Austin Police Department were called to investigate the accident at around 8:00 a.m. They say the crash happened near the intersection of Southwest Parkway and South Mopac.

According to early details from the investigation, 19-year-old Young was driving a vehicle along Southwest Parkway when the vehicle suddenly lost control. It veered off of the left side of the road before eventually colliding into several trees.

The crash was severe enough that Young sustained critical injuries. EMS transported him to a nearby hospital, but he died in-transit.

At this time, the cause of the crash is still being investigated. Authorities released no further information.

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