• June 03, 2022

Pedestrian Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Poplar Street in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- May 15, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a vehicle struck them, then left the scene.

Preliminary reports indicated that the crash took place at around 4:10 a.m. along Poplar Street off Dokes Drive.

It appears that a 36-year-old man was walking and attempted to cross Poplar. Doing so, a vehicle struck him, then left the scene.

Authorities say the man had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Reports do not describe the vehicle involved in the accident.

Commentary on Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident on Poplar in San Antonio

It's just infuriating to see a situation like this, and folks are justified if they demand the driver be located and brought to justice. Something that caught my eye was authorities saying the pedestrian was under the influence of alcohol. But that person was doing the responsible thing and not driving. Frankly, a lot of hit-and-run drivers flee because they themselves were drunk and didn't want police to know. That's especially common early in the morning. Could it be that's what happened here? It may take continued efforts from the community to connect the dots and come forward with information that can identify the driver involved here.

San Antonio, TX Hit-and-run Accident Injures Pedestrian on Poplar Street


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