Jessica Saathof Killed in Bicycle Accident on MLK Boulevard in Austin

Jessica Saathof Killed in Bicycle Accident on MLK Boulevard in Austin

Jessica Saathof ID’d as Woman Killed in Austin Bicycle Accident on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near Interstate 35
Austin, Texas (March 30, 2019) – The woman who was killed Thursday night in a bicycle accident in East Austin has been identified as Jessica Saathoff,28, according to the police.
The deadly accident happened at about 9:05 p.m. March 28, on East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, just east of Interstate 35.
Police said Saathoff was riding her bicycle when she was hit by an SUV.
She was taken to Dell Seton Medical Center where she later died.
The SUV driver stayed at the scene after the accident.
No further details were provided.
The police are investigating the crash.

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