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NFL running back, former Longhorn Cedric Benson killed in West Austin motorcycle crash

texan279

Hall of Fame
AUSTIN, Texas — One of the two people killed in a motorcycle crash in West Austin on Saturday night was NFL running back and former Longhorn Cendric Benson, family and friends have confirmed.

Austin Police Department, Austin Fire Department and Austin-Travis County EMS responded to reports of a motorcycle and car crash on RM 2222 at the 5600 block of Mount Bonnell Road around 10:20 p.m. A STAR Flight helicopter was also responding.


https://www.khou.com/mobile/article/news/nfl-running-back-former-longhorn-cedric-benson-killed-in-west-austin-motorcycle-crash/285-31ca79a3-27fc-44e6-ab3e-9e644738da2f
 

Brisco_County

Texans worthy
Austin Police Department, Austin Fire Department and Austin-Travis County EMS responded to reports of a motorcycle and car crash on RM 2222 at the 5600 block of Mount Bonnell Road around 10:20 p.m. A STAR Flight helicopter was also responding.
That’s my hood, the road is dangerous at any time, but more so at night.
A lot of twisty road right there. Turns have limited visibility. I bet the van pulled out and didn't see him.
 

IDEXAN

Hall of Fame
AUSTIN, Texas — Cedric Benson's passenger in a deadly motorcycle accident was identified Monday as a recent graduate from the University of Texas at Austin. 27-year-old Aamna Najam and Benson were killed Saturday night in a fiery crash in west Austin.

Najam got her doctorate from UT in May. Her PhD was in Audiology from the Moody College of Communication. She had just started working full-time at DHMS, a health solutions company in Cedar Park. Her friends say she was committed to helping others who had hearing and balance problems.
https://cbsaustin.com/news/local/cedric-bensons-passenger-in-fiery-crash-identified-as-ut-graduate
 


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