Five seriously injured in rollover crash in Del Valle


7:15 p.m. update: Five people — two teens, two children and one adult — were seriously injured in a rollover crash Monday evening in Del Valle, officials said.

Austin-Travis County EMS medics took one teenage boy to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center with critical injuries and a boy younger than 13 to Dell Children’s Medical Center via STAR Flight with potentially life-threatening injuries.

A man and another teenage boy were taken to St. David’s, and another young boy was taken to Dell Children’s Medical Center, all with potentially serious injuries. But none of their injuries were expected to be life-threatening Monday night.

EMS responded around 6:15 p.m. to a crash in the 6900 block of Wolf Lane, between Texas 71 and Pearce Lane.

7 p.m. update: Three teens and one child were injured in a rollover crash in Del Valle, officials said.

EMS officials are taking the teens, including one that was reported unconscious, to St. David’s South Austin Medical Center and the child to Dell Children’s Medical Center via STAR Flight.

Earlier: Three people are injured after a rollover crash in Del Valle that ejected at least one person from their vehicle, authorities said.

Austin-Travis County EMS received a call about 6:15 p.m. and are responding to a crash in the 6900 block of Wolf Lane. Officials said three people were injured but did not give detail on the state of their injuries.

STAR Flight will be responding when they clear their previous call, according to EMS officials.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.



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