• August 19, 2022

Man Killed in Train Accident off West Hutchins in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- August 19, 2022, one person was killed as the result of an accident where a train struck them along West Hutchins.

In reports, officials said that the incident happened at around 2:20 a.m. in the 1500 block of West Hutchins Place. Officials said that a man, believed to be in his 20s, was on the tracks when a train struck and killed him. Reports do not identify the victim, and additional details are currently unavailable.

Commentary on Pedestrian Train Accident on West Hutchins in San Antonio

San Antonio, TX Train Accident Kills Pedestrian off West Hutchins Place

Folks will no doubt jump to all kinds of conclusions here, but it's important to be open to the possibility something unusual happened here. I recall there was an incident out of San Antonio a few years ago where a young woman was hit and killed by a train early in the morning. More thorough investigations eventually showed she had been drinking at a local establishment, and they served her to the point she was barely conscious. At some point, she tried to walk home, wandered onto the tracks, and ended up being hit by the train. I'm not saying that happened here, but it's one of the reasons thorough investigations are always crucial when getting a family the answers they deserve.


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