SOUTH AUSTIN, TX – Austin Police have confirmed the identity of the woman killed in a 10-vehicle crash on Wednesday.
The collision took place last month on Tuesday, Jan 31st, around 6 a.m., CBS Austin reported.
It was icy road conditions that led to the crash. As a result, 70-year-old Janice Erickson passed away from her injuries.
One other occupant involved cooperated with the police.
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