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Austin Accident Kills Teen, Injures Another

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AUSTIN, TX – A terrible Austin accident occurred Thursday. As a result, one teenager was killed and another injured. According to the news release from Texas Highway Patrol, a young woman, also a teenager, drove a truck that crashed into the teens’ car.

The car contained two seventeen-year-old girls. The girls, Tonya Olsze and Alexia Scordelis, drove southbound in a car on County Road 117. This incident occurred in Round Rock, near Bluffstone Drive. Olsze, the driver, attempted to make a left turn on Bluffstone Drive. However, she attempted the turn right in front of a Chevy Silverado. Jasmine Olguin, a nineteen-year-old from Austin, drove the truck.

The truck ended up hitting the car along the passenger side of the vehicle. Emergency personnel transported Scordelis and Olsze to Seton Medical Center Williamson. This is where Scordelis was pronounced dead. However, medical personnel checked Olguin at the scene and cleared her there.

Austin Accident Results in Young Woman’s Death

Scordelis was a student at Stony Point High School who had big dreams for her future. This information comes from Round Rock Independent School District. And, school officials stated that they have additional counselors available at the school for anyone who needs them. After all, their community is currently mourning the tragic loss of one of its bright young faces. It will take time for the community to return to its former joy after a tragedy like this.

Currently, the Austin accident still is under police investigation. The authorities will continue to investigate until they’re sure that there was no foul play involved in this horrible event. They want to make sure that there was nothing to implicate Olguin as a suspect. Anytime someone dies in any kind of accident like this, the police have to do some serious work. We hope they do so and find nothing too serious.

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