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Police identify 23-year-old killed in North Austin crash

The crash happened at Jamestown Drive and the Research Boulevard southbound service road.

AUSTIN, Texas — One person was killed after a two-vehicle crash in North Austin on Sunday, June 21. The crash happened at Jamestown Drive and the Research Boulevard southbound service road around 6:20 p.m. 

According to the Austin Police Department, a green Chevrolet car was traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 183 service road when a silver Honda entered the service road from a stopped position on Jamestown Drive. The Honda then got into the center lane and entered the Chevrolet's path, police said. The Chevrolet reportedly drove across dirt and gravel before crashing into a concrete bridge, killing the car's passenger. 

Police identified the passenger killed as Marcos Calderon, 23. Austin-Travis County EMS said CPR was conducted, but the victim died on the scene. Three others involved in the crash suffered minor injuries.

Anyone with information regarding this crash should call APD’s vehicular homicide unit detectives at 512-974-8544. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.

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