Woman collides with vehicle carrying 3 children, injures driver in alleged E Austin DUI
AUSTIN, TX – A woman suspected of speeding, of driving while intoxicated, and of driving without a license collided with another vehicle in east Austin on Tuesday night, leading to the possible injury of the other driver, according to an accident report published by MyAccident.org.
The accident happened at 9166 FM-969, located near the KIPP Academy of Arts and Letters and Bantom Woods Bend just before 9:45 p.m.
The driver of a red 2001 Volkswagen, a 32-year-old Austin woman, allegedly was driving at a high rate of speed while intoxicated and failed to maintain a single lane. She collided with a silver 2005 Honda driven by a 31-year-old woman from Smithville, and which was also transporting a 32-year-old man and three children aged 6 to 10.
The driver of the Honda received possible injuries of undisclosed severity.
No other injuries were reported in the collision.
The Volkswagen’s driver, who reportedly was driving without a valid license, was found to be at fault.
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