One killed and three injured in I-35 Frontage Road crash
AUSTIN, TX- One person was pronounced dead at the scene and three others injured in a I-35 South Frontage Road collision with a pole on Monday evening, according to Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services.
At approximately 5:59pm, officials responded to the single-vehicle crash with a pole near the 6700 block of the southbound I-35 Frontage Road. The vehicle crashed and then caught on fire. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene, and three others– a teenager and two children– were critically injured and transported to Dell Seton Children’s.
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