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1 Killed, 1 Seriously Injured In Single-Vehicle Fiery Crash: EMS

Patch logo Patch 10/18/2021 Jeff Arnold
One person was killed and another person sustained life-threatening injuries in a single-car accident in which the vehicle caught fire after hitting a pole, EMS officials said. © Shutterstock One person was killed and another person sustained life-threatening injuries in a single-car accident in which the vehicle caught fire after hitting a pole, EMS officials said.

NORTH AUSTIN, TX – One person was killed, and another was seriously injured Sunday night in a crash in which a vehicle spun out of control, hit a pole and then caught fire, local EMS officials said.

Austin-Travis County EMS officials said in a social media post that the accident took place just after 6 p.m. Sunday in the 3900-4750 block of East Parmer Lane. Officials said a witness called 911 and reported that a single vehicle spun out of control, rolled over, hit a pole and then burst into flames.

EMS workers on site reported that one person was dead at the scene and that a second person was considered a trauma alert and was taken to St. David’s Hospital in Round Rock with potentially life-threatening injuries.

The identities of those involved and any details about the nature of the accident were not released by officials.

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