AUSTIN (KXAN) — The southbound lanes of Interstate 35 have reopened after an overnight crash that killed a woman in her early 20s.
Witnesses told police they saw her speeding before crashing into a retaining wall. Police believe speed and alcohol may have played a role in her death, but they are waiting on the results of the toxicology report.
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- Bastrop Co. residents sickened by spraying raw sewage — Homeowners in Bastrop County say the air is making them and their pets sick. A family says their neighbor has been spraying raw sewage for six months causing his dogs to get sick. “They are vomiting in the house, because they’re outside chewing on the grass and running around.”
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