San Antonio, TX — On March 13, 2019, Maria Gonzales and her 1-year-old granddaughter narrowly avoided serious injury when an SUV crashed into their West Side home, injuring himself in the process.
According to San Antonio police, the incident happened around 8:00 a.m. at the junction of Fridell Street and SW 40th Street. The SUV driver was headed east on Fridell when he failed to turn at the spot where the street dead-ends into 40th. The car continued forward, crashing through a wood fence and into the wall of Gonzales’ home. Sheetrock and glass rained down onto Gonzales and her granddaughter as they were lying in bed inside, but did not cause them injury.
The SUV driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the crash and was taken to an area hospital.
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