Celia Loza-Aviles Identified in Fatal Crash

Fatal Traffic Death of Celia Loza-Aviles Reported in June

Police reports indicate that on June 12, 2016 a 1996 maroon Toyota 4-Runner was traveling northbound in the 2400 Block of IH-35 when a silver 1999 Toyota Camry rear-ended the 4-runner at a high speed. The impact of the crash caused the Toyota 4-Runner to flip and roll over.

Celia Loza-Aviles Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries

The driver of the 4-Runner, Celia Loza-Aviles, was injured during the accident and transported to UMC Brackenridge. She was later pronounced dead at the hospital. The driver of the Toyota Camry did not suffer life threatening injuries, and was transported to an area hospital.

High Speeds of Camry Driver Cause of Fatal Crash

The driver of the Toyota Camry is suspected to have been intoxicated at the time of the crash. There were no passengers in either vehicle.

This case is still being investigated. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the APD Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-5594.

Austin Fatality Could Have Been Prevented

The crash that killed victim, Loza-Aviles’, could have been prevented with a sober ride. There are many ways to get home safe after a night of drinking. We’ve compiled 11 ways to get home safe. No matter your choice, plan ahead and confirm with your whole party.

You can plan and plan and plan, but sometimes plans change. So if you have parked downtown, keep in mind there are options for leaving your car overnight, such as overnight garages and Next Day parking for street spaces. Find out more about parking your car in Austin.

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