• June 03, 2022

Ameer Abdalridha Dies, Six Injured in Crash on Hausman Road in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — June 2, 2022, 17-year-old Ameer Abdalridha was killed and six people were hurt in a two-vehicle accident on Hausman Road in San Antonio.

Authorities say the incident happened around 1:00 p.m. on Hausman near JV Bacon Parkway. Preliminary investigation suggests Abdalridha was driving an SUV on Hausman when he collided with an SUV that was pulling out of a nearby bus barn.

Abdalridha suffered fatal injuries in the collision. Three passengers in his vehicle were transported to area hospitals and another was treated at the scene. Both of the SUV's occupants were taken to hospitals.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Ameer Abdalridha Accident in San Antonio

It doesn't seem like investigators have too good a handle yet on exactly what happened here. They say the two vehicles collided but aren't sure why. Was the high schooler speeding? Did the SUV's driver check for approaching traffic before pulling out of the drive? Was either driver distracted at the time? Could something less common like poor road conditions or some kind of vehicular failure have been involved?

Ameer Abdalridha Dies, Six Injured in Crash on Hausman Road in San Antonio, TX

People see a lawyer ask questions like those and often assume he's just dragging a net trying to catch someone to sue. That's not and never has been the point of wanting more details; the point is simply that things aren't always how they appear and it's important to learn the whole truth. I tell people who call the firm all the time that our main priority is just to make sure the full story is known.

More than anything, crash victims and the families of people whose lives were taken just want to know why that happened and news police reports don't give them real answers. In many cases it takes work from independent experts to really fit all the pieces together. At the very least the people affected by this terrible incident deserve to know no stone was left unturned during the investigation. If there are other steps to take afterward, like holding someone accountable, knowing that depends in large part on what is learned.

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