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3 people, including child, hospitalized after 3-vehicle crash on US 290

ATCEMS said the child suffered potentially serious injuries and was transported to Dell Seton Children's Medical Center.

AUSTIN, Texas — Three people were sent to the hospital Sunday after a three-vehicle crash on East US 290. One of those was a child, according to Austin-Travis County EMS.

Medics first reported the incident before 4:30 p.m. on the 10000 block of East US 290.

A trauma alert was declared on the child, ATCEMS said. One person was pinned inside their vehicle as a result of the crash.

Two adults suffered serious injuries and were taken to Dell Seton Medical Center. The child suffered potentially serious injuries and was taken to Dell Seton Children's Medical Center.

ATCEMS has since cleared the scene. Expect delays in the area.

No other details were immediately available.


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