AUSTIN, Texas - A man injured in an East Austin crash last month has died.
Isaac Albarran, 75, died from injuries he sustained when the 2003 white Toyota Tundra he was riding in was T-boned on the passenger side. The Tundra was traveling eastbound in the 6500 block of Loyola Lane, approaching the intersection of Johnny Morris Road.
A 2003 gray Infiniti was traveling westbound in the 6600 block of Loyola Lane approaching the same intersection. The Tundra began to turn left onto Johnny Morris Road, and was T-boned by the Infiniti.
Everyone involved in the crash was transported to a local hospital. According to APD, none of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening at the time.
Albarran died as a result of his injuries on December 3.
The driver of the Infiniti was cited for having no driver's license.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call APD's Vehicular Homicide Unit at (512) 974-4278. Tips can also be submitted by downloading Austin PD's free mobile app on iPhone and Android.
This is Austin's 78th fatal traffic crash of 2019, resulting in 80 fatalities. At this time last year, there were 66 fatal traffic crashes and 67 traffic fatalities.