News: Six hospitalized for life-threatening injuries after pin-in crash on East Stassney Lane in Austin
AUSTIN, TX – Seven people were hurt in a pin-in crash at the 5940 block of East Stassney Lane Thursday.
First responders were called to the two-vehicle collision around 7:30 p.m, ATCEMS tweeted. Four people were taken to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center and two were transported to Dell Seton Medical Center.
Vehicle Rescue at 5946 E Stassney Ln (x-street Teri Rd, 19:30). #ATCEMS & @austinfireinfo are on scene of a confirmed pin-in collision with 2 vehicles & 7 patients involved. 3 patients are pinned in their vehicle, 1 patient was possibly ejected. More information to follow. pic.twitter.com/n1mXoCOKNk
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) October 21, 2022
Three suffered critical life-threatening injuries and three were seriously injured.
One person sustained non-life-threatening injuries and refused to be taken to a hospital.
Officials have not indicated what caused the crash, nor have they released names or stated the victims’ current conditions.
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