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AUSTIN (KXAN) — Travis County EMS confirmed Sunday that a man died from his injuries Sunday in a four-vehicle crash on Texas 288 near McKinney.
According to investigators with DPS, a red Dodge Charger hit a sedan on the southbound lanes of Texas 288 around 1 a.m. Sunday.
The rear passenger window of the Charger, which police say was carrying 28-year-old Travis County paramedic Travis Williams, was smashed and blood was gushing out from Williams’ neck.
Investigators say Williams also suffered non life-threatening injuries.
There were four people in the car when it happened.
Williams’ car crashed into a light pole, and his body and vehicle are believed to have landed in the ditch on that side of the road.
Investigators with Travis County EMS responded, but the crash remains under investigation. Williams remains at University Medical Center of Austin with multiple injuries. The crash remains under investigation.
The victim was a paramedic and had been driving for the Travis County E바카라사이트MS since September, according to investigators. The accident was reported just after 9 p.m.
Williams’ family has not yet responded to media requests.
The crash also d우리카지노amaged a red Ford Mustang, and two other vehicles were damaged in the crash. Investigators do not believe any of the vehicles are related to the crash.
Travis County is aware of the crash and will not be providing additional details as investigators are conducting their own investigation.우리카지노