Two killed in car accident on Research Boulevard

Two people were killed in a car accident on Saturday after a car that was driving northbound on Research Boulevard crossed over into oncoming traffic and hit two other vehicles. 

The crash happened around 3:30 p.m. According to ATCEMS, three vehicles were involved in the accident that occurred in the 9500 block of Research Boulevard on Saturday, November 11, 2017. 

When paramedics arrived on scene, two people were dead. According to APD, both of the people killed were in one of the vehicles that was hit when a car traveled into oncoming traffic.

One was a female reportedly in her thirties, the other was a juvenile male. Two others from the same vehicle, an adult male and a juvenile female, were transported to local hospitals.

According to APD, both are in critical condition. 

The driver of the vehicle that crossed over into oncoming traffic was also transported to a local hospital in critical condition. A sixth individual, who was in the second vehicle that was struck, was uninjured and is speaking with the Austin Police Department. 

The Austin Police Department is currently investigating the accident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the APD Vehicle Homicide Unit at 512-974-4424.

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