News: Man hurt after driver crashes into a bar near UT Austin

AUSTIN, TX – One was trapped underneath a vehicle after a driver crashed into a bar near UT Austin’s west campus Monday. 

When two vehicles collided, the impact sent one car straight into Hole in the Wall, the bar’s name, CBS Austin reported. 

The pinned person, an unidentified man, was able to get out from underneath the car, thanks to bystanders who were able to lift the vehicle to get the man out. 

The man sustained unspecified injuries, and his current condition is unknown.  

No additional information is available. Still, updates will be posted to the news blog upon receiving more details. 

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