AUSTIN (KXAN) - Austin police released the names of the adults killed in Sunday's crash. Clayton Seffens, 26, and Mary Elizabeth Herrera, 25, were pronounced dead on the scene after the car they were in left the roadway, hit the guardrail and rolled over.
No updated information about the status of the two children was released Tuesday.
These are the 35th and 36th traffic fatalities of 2011. At this time in 2010, there were 37 traffic deaths.
Two people are dead and two children injured following a rollover crash on MoPac Sunday evening.
According to Austin police, the two were traveling in a Chevy Trailblazer when the driver lost control of the vehicle and flipped. The vehicle struck a guard rail. The two died on impact, according to police.
Two children, ages 8 months old and 4 years old, were restrained in the backseat and survived. They were taken to Dell Children's Medical Center with serious injuries.
Police said it is unclear if alcohol was a factor or if the men were wearing their seatbelts.
The case remains under investigation. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call Austin Police Department's Vehicular Homicide Unit at 512-974-5520.
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Sub-freezing temperatures and an approaching upper level disturbance could combine to produce some patchy freezing drizzle or sleet Saturday and early Sunday morning.