Austin, TX — There was an accident reported on Tuesday of this past week that apparently involved a young woman being hit by a truck after she may have tripped. This happened along William Cannon Drive at the intersection with Brodie Lane, the police said, on Tuesday evening (June 2, 2015).
According to the news reports, the woman was walking in the center median and may have been waiting to cross William Cannon Drive when she was accidentally hit by a passing pickup truck.
The driver of the truck later told police that the woman tripped, but that’s not been totally confirmed yet.
The woman, who was unnamed and in her 20’s, was rushed to a hospital and was treated for life-threatening injuries. Unfortunately, there’s not been a lot of information provided about this accident, so it’s hard to tell whether charges were filed or if the woman was ever released from the hospital.
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Map of the Accident
View from the Road
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