Kerrville Accident: 2 children dead, 8 injured after car ‘lost control’ at Kerrville: The news is coming from San Antonio, the two young boys, one is 8 years old and the other is 6 years old, they got killed and eight other people are injured because of a crash which has happened on Saturday, the crash was at an organized drag racing event which was happening at the Kerrville Kerr County Airport, this has been stated by the authorities. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Two of the injured victims are a 4-year-old boy and a three-month-old baby girl, they have been taken to Peterson Regional Medical Center as a precaution, there were two others who were given the treatment at the scene by the first responders, it has been stated that the four other victims are ranging from 26 to 46 years.
They were taken to the hospitals in Austin and San Antonio, one of them was a middle-aged woman who got airlifted to the University Medical Center which is in critical condition, tragedy struck the scene at 3:20 pm, on Saturday. It has been further stated by the authorities that the car which was participating in the race lost control and it left the runway.
It got crashed into the parked vehicles and the spectators who were enjoying the event, the authorities are leading the ongoing investigation, this seems to be a developing story, there are many informative points which haven’t been talked about by the authorities as of this point in time.
It seems like there are going to be further revelations in the story, it has not been stated as to why the driver lost control, the identities of the people who were involved in the accident haven’t been revealed as of yet by the authorities, there are going to be a lot of information which is going to be coming in the public domain.
The incident has happened pretty recently and this is the reason why a lot of information is missing from the story, more updates are going to be released in the public domain and we are going to be on our toes to provide you with further information as soon as something comes under our radar.