• April 21, 2022

Angel Ray Reyes Killed, 1 Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- April 21, 2022, Angel Ray Reyes was killed and another person was hurt due to an accident where their vehicle crashed off-road.

Initial reports from the authorities said that the crash took place at around 1:30 a.m. near the intersection of Callaghan Road and Ingram Road.

Police officials said that 27-year-old Angel Ray Reyes was in a pickup that was southbound on Callaghan. Investigators believe the truck hydroplaned, causing it to go off-road and hit a pole.

Reyes reportedly succumbed to fatal injuries due to the crash. A passenger in the truck was taken to a hospital. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Angel Ray Reyes Single-Vehicle Accident in San Antonio

Angel Ray Reyes Single-Vehicle Accident San Antonio, TX

Hydroplaning isn't exactly uncommon, so it would not be too surprising if investigations showed that is indeed what led to the crash. However, I've come across plenty of situations throughout my career where authorities initially said one thing caused the crash because it seemed obvious. Then, once there are more thorough investigations, it turns out there were other factors involved. Have authorities here looked into other possibilities? Mechanical issues? A tire blowout? Other reckless drivers? Alcohol? Defects with the roadway? Fatigue or a medical condition? Even if something seems unlikely, steps should always be taken to ensure the victim's loved ones know they're getting the full story.

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