Fourth victim dies after injuries sustained in SXSW crash

Julia Brouillette

A fourth person has died as a result of the SXSW crash, according to the Austin Police Department. 

DeAndre Tatum, 18, died from injuries caused when suspected drunk driver Rashad Owens, 21, sped through a crowd of people on Red River Street during SXSW.

Tatum died Thursday morning at University Medical Center Brackenridge.

More than 20 others were injured in the SXSW crash, which had already resulted in three fatalities. 35-year-old Steven Craenmehr and 27-year-old Jamie West were pronounced dead at the scene, while a third victim, Sandy Le, died five days later.

"The news of DeAndre Tatum's passing is very sad to us @Austin_Police. Our thoughts & prayers go out to family & friends may God comfort all," Chief Art Acevedo said in a tweet. 

Owens, who remains in Travis County Jail, has been charged with one count of capital murder with bail set at $3 million.