• April 15, 2022

Pedestrian Injured in Car Accident on Loop 1604 in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- April 15, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a vehicle hit a pedestrian along Loop 1604.

Investigators responded to the accident scene at around 2:30 a.m. in the area of Loop 1604 and Highway 281.

Authorities said that a pedestrian reportedly walked across the Loop 1604 access road. Doing so, a vehicle struck the pedestrian.

EMS transported the victim to a hospital with unspecified injuries. Police said they don't believe the driver was intoxicated. Right now, the cause of the crash remains unclear.

Commentary on Pedestrian Car Accident on Loop 1604 in San Antonio

At 2:30 a.m., it's not a surprise to see that authorities looked into alcohol as a possibility. Though with them saying the driver wasn't drunk, it may seem like that's where things end. That's not always true.

Pedestrian Car Accident Loop 1604 highway 281 San Antonio, TX

I actually handled a situation not long ago where a pedestrian's intoxication actually led to their fatal injuries. Through our investigations, we found that a local bowling alley had illegally over-served them. What seemed like some simple, unavoidable incident turned out to be a dram shop case against a negligent alcohol provider whose actions led to someone losing their life.

Is it possible that happened here? Sure, though it's also important to consider other possibilities, even if they may seem unlikely. My point is simply that these reports are far from telling the whole story, and it's important the situation is handled by professionals who understand that so the victims involved have every possible opportunity to get the help they need.

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