AUSTIN (KXAN) — Two people have died after a southeast Austin crash that sent six people to area hospitals on Oct. 20.

The Austin Police Department said it was a head-on crash between a crossover SUV and a pick-up truck. It happened around 7:30 p.m. in the 5900 block of E. Stassney Ln.

The driver and four passengers inside the SUV were taken to a hospital. Two of the five occupants, Arnold Gerardo and Ariel Lopez-Pina, died, police said.

In a tweet thread, ATCEMS said three people suffered life-threatening injuries, two had serious injuries and another had potentially serious injuries after two vehicles collided at 5946 E. Stassney Ln. The street was closed from Teri Road to Burleson Road after the crash, Austin Police said.

ATCEMS said three people were pinned in one of the vehicles, and while they were all cut out of the wreckage, they were sent to nearby hospitals with life-threatening injuries. Three others involved in the wreck were sent to St. David’s South Medical Center.

One of the people in the wreck was ejected from a vehicle, ATCEMS said. Another person suffered minor injuries and refused to be taken to a hospital, ATCEMS said. The crash scene was north of Jimmy Clay Golf Course and east of neighborhoods near Teri and Spring Meadow roads.

The passenger of the pick-up truck was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Anyone with information regarding this case should contact the Highway Investigation Tip Line at 512-974-8111; utilize the Crime Stoppers tip line at 512-472-8477 (TIPS) or the Crime Stoppers app.

This incident is being investigated as Austin’s 89th fatal crash of 2022, resulting in 92 fatalities for the year.