• March 20, 2019

Man Injured in San Antonio, TX, Train Accident on South San Marcos

San Antonio, TX -- March 18, 2019, a man was injured as the result of an accident where his vehicle was hit by a train along South San Marcos.

San Antonio Police officials reported that the incident happened in the late hours of Monday along the 1700 block of South San Marcos, just south of Laredo Street.

Reports say that a man driving a car tried to beat an approaching train by going around the gates. A second train he did not see then crashed into his vehicle.

Due to the collision, the man sustained unspecified injuries. Emergency services transported him to a local hospital for treatment. No one else was hurt.

It's unclear if any additional factors contributed to the accident. Investigations are ongoing.

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