Four People Injured in Multi- Vehicle Crash, Fire in Del Valle

Austin, Texas (Sept. 3, 2023) – First responders assisted four individuals injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Del Valle.

The crash occurred on Pearce Lane, not far from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

One of the vehicles was temporarily on fire but was quickly put up by first responders.

Two adults involved in the accident were taken via STAR Flight to Dell Seton Medical Center for critical and life-threatening injuries. The other two adults were transported to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center for minor to serious injuries.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation at this time.

Car Accident Lawyers

A crash involving multiple vehicles can be complicated. In this case, a thorough investigation will be critical. The crash report, which would have been created following this incident, will also be key in assessing fault for this situation. The at-fault party could be held liable for the damages done to the victims.

If you or a loved one find yourself in a situation such as this, one of the best first steps you can take is contacting an experienced car accident lawyer. These legal experts have the experience to guide you through difficult situations. The team at Sutliff & Stout is heavily experienced with accidents like this. If you need legal advice, don’t hesitate to call our car accident experts at 512-616-2222.

Source: CBS Austin

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