Austin’s First Fatal Crash Victim Identified
A driver who died in Austin’s first fatal crash has been identified, according to a January 11 article by CBS Austin.
She was identified as 74-year-old Mary Gonzales-Limas. She crashed her 2007 Toyota Camry around 8:25 PM, January 4, in the 3500 block of South I-35. It went off the road for unknown reasons and hit a concrete barrier. She was taken to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center.
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