2 teens hospitalized after multi-vehicle rollover crash on FM 620
HUDSON BEND, TX – Two teenagers were hospitalized as a result of a rollover crash near Lake Travis this evening, according to information from Austin-Travis County EMS.
Vehicle Rescue 2400-2507 N FM 620 RD (18:37 x-street Storm) Reported multi-vehicle collision with one rollover. On-scene FD reporting 3 patients (1 to be transported via @STAR_Flight_TC & 2 #ATCEMS ambulances responding). Expect #ATXTraffic delays, avoid if possible. pic.twitter.com/S7Uz8PxZon
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) June 11, 2022
The collision happened between 2400-2507 N FM 620 Road near Storm Drive at about 6:37 p.m., and reportedly involved multiple vehicles. At least one of those vehicles overturned during the crash and at least one teenager was ejected.
Three people, including two teenagers, were reportedly injured in the collision.
EMS initially reported that some people may have fled the scene of the crash. However, they later stated that all victims were accounted for.
One of those victims, a teenager, was airlifted to Dell Seton Medical Center with severe injuries they likely received.
Another teen victim was taken to St. David’s Round Rock with possibly severe wounds.
A third person refused transport to the hospital.
Drivers were told to expect extended traffic delays near the scene.
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