• April 26, 2022

Two Injured in Rollover Accident on Military Drive in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- April 4, 2022, two people sustained injuries due to an accident where a vehicle crashed off the side of Military Drive.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 12:54 a.m. along Military Drive in the area of Emory Oak Drive.

Investigators said that a 32-year-old man was in a Ford car traveling eastbound on Military. Somehow, the vehicle ran off-road where it overturned.

The driver had incapacitating injuries, reports say, while the passenger reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries. Police say the driver had been drinking, but this has yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Rollover Accident on Military Drive in San Antonio

San Antonio, TX Rollover Accident Military Drive Emory Oak

It's serious anytime alcohol comes up after a crash. If it did happen here, one thing to consider is if a local business illegally over-served the driver. There's never an excuse for driving intoxicated, but local businesses can also be responsible under dram shop law when they illegally over-serve someone who is already obviously intoxicated. As such, dram shop provides an avenue through which people can get some much needed help while also seeing those negligent businesses held accountable for their actions. With that said, I've seen reports like these where it turned out police just assumed alcohol was a factor, but evidence showed otherwise. Were investigations thorough enough to consider other possible factors here?

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