Pedestrian struck, killed by vehicle on Blue Bluff Road
AUSTIN, TX – A collision in East Austin killed a pedestrian on Monday, according to KXAN.
Travis County Sheriff’s Office says the accident occurred at almost 7 a.m. on the 6000 block of Blue Bluff Road. There, a vehicle struck and killed an unidentified woman. The cause of the accident has not been reported.
The victim was pronounced dead after the collision. The exact cause of death and where the pronouncement was made are unknown at this time.
The vehicle believed to be involved in the incident is a Subaru Legacy Outback. The vehicle is described as either white or pearl, with damage to the passenger side bumper, headlight, and mirror. Police are still investigating.
This is a developing story. Details may be updated to report the information as it is made public.
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