One person killed after a fiery crash in south Travis County (Austin, TX)

One person was killed after a fiery crash early Saturday morning in south Travis County. As per the initial information, the fatal single-vehicle accident took place near 10511 S. Hwy. 183. That is located near FM 1327 in south Travis County. ATCEMS crews actively responded to the crash scene after getting reports of a traffic […]

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