AUSTIN (KXAN) - Someone walking in North Austin suffered a head injury following a wreck that also left one person with life-threatening injuries and two others in the hospital.
It happened at 2:48 a.m. Tuesday at Interstate 35 and Rundberg Lane when a Nissan ran a red light heading east on Rundberg Lane. A taxi T-boned the Nissan as a result.
A passenger in the Nissan took a direct hit, spurring life-threatening injuries. Someone walking in the area was also hit and suffered a head injury.
Two others were taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge as well. Everyone is expected to recover.
Meanwhile, the Nissan driver was arrested on charges of DWI. Officers stayed at the scene because of a downed light pole.
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