Brian Lindquist Struck and Injured in Austin, TX by Suspected Drunk Driver
Brian Lindquist, 27, was identified by Austin, TX police as the bicyclist who was struck and seroiusly injured by a motorist on October 12, 2012. Lindquist was reportedly biking near the intersection of 17th Street and Guadalupe at about 4:30 a.m. when he was hit by 25-year old Truett Don Jones’ vehicle.
Scene of the Accident
Jones’ vehicle then dragged Lindquist along the street for a short distance before Lindquist fell to the ground and Jones sped away from the accident scene. Police said that he was apprehended a short time later and was found to be under the influence of alcohol. Lindquist was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, reports said, and the accident is expected to be investigated further.
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