17-year-old dies after crashing into barrier on US 183A in Cedar Park

Victoria Celeste Dekay (Cedar Park Police Department)
Victoria Celeste Dekay (Cedar Park Police Department)

CEDAR PARK, Texas (KXAN) — A 17-year-old from Belton died in a rollover on the US 183A toll road near the Park Street Bridge after the car she was in crashed into a concrete barrier.

Cedar Park police say the single-vehicle crash happened around the 3300 block of the northbound lanes just after 6 p.m. Monday. A witness told police that the driver of a 2012 GMC Terrain drifted to the right after passing him and struck the barrier.

Police say Victoria Celeste DeKay died at the scene. Her passenger, a male in his late teens, was taken to David’s Round Rock Medical Center with serious injuries.

Authorities are still investigating the crash to determine whether or not there were any other contributing factors that led to the crash. If there is anyone who witnessed the crash or who may have information about events leading up to it, we encourage them to contact Cedar Park Sergeant Scott Buchanan at (512) 260-4754.

Police at the scene of a deadly crash in Cedar Park where a driver crashed into a concrete barrier near the Park Street Bridge on US 183A toll road. (KXAN Photo)
Police at the scene of a deadly crash in Cedar Park where a driver crashed into a concrete barrier near the Park Street Bridge on US 183A toll road. (KXAN Photo)
Backup from a deadly crash on US 183A northbound near Avery Ranch Boulevard (KXAN Viewer Photo)
Backup from a deadly crash on US 183A northbound near Avery Ranch Boulevard (KXAN Viewer Photo)

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