On Friday night, a vehicle collided with a food truck in Austin, injuring eleven individuals, two of them gravely.

According to Austin’s EMS, the incident occurred at 8:15pm on 1800 Barton Springs Rd.

At least two of those sent to the hospital had potentially life-threatening injuries, while the other seven had less serious injuries.

Nine people were sent to the hospital, including the driver of one car; the driver of the second vehicle was very slightly injured and did not need hospitalization.

According to the emergency services agency, the collision occurred near Butler Metro Park as a result of two automobiles colliding in Austin, Texas.

One of the vehicles involved in the crash was driven onto people near a food truck, said Captain Christa Steadman.

According to eyewitness accounts, a speeding white Ford F-250 truck collided with the turning Scion tC Sedan, causing the vehicle to swerve off the road and slam into a food truck.

The white truck then plowed into an adjacent bicycle rack after veering onto the sidewalk.