AUSTIN, TX – A man was pinned underneath a vehicle after a driver drove into the Hole in the Wall, the name of a bar near UT Austin.
Two vehicles collided, and the impact caused one of the driver’s cars to lose control of his or her vehicle and crash into the bar, CBS Austin revealed.
The trapped man was able to get out from underneath after two eyewitnesses were able to lift the car. He sustained unspecified injuries, although so far, there is no official word on his current condition.
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