• August 22, 2022

Woman Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Culebra Road in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- August 20, 2022, a woman was injured due to an accident where a vehicle struck her on Culebra, then left the scene.

Authorities reported that the events occurred just after 1:00 a.m. near the intersection of Culebra Road and Williams Avenue.

According to officials, a woman was attempting to cross Culebra at the time. Two vehicles approaching, and one of them struck the woman. Both of those vehicles then left the scene.

EMS transported the woman to a hospital with injuries said to be critical. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

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

San Antonio, TX Hit-and-run Accident Injures Pedestrian on Culebra Road

In a situation like this, one can't help but wonder why the drivers fled. Leaving someone behind like that to potentially die is just unthinkable. That's why investigations usually show that person was hiding something specific. Street racing, warrants, drugs, drunk driving--these are all possibilities worth considering, especially if there are unique legal consequences victims and families can pursue to get some much needed help. Whatever happened here, it's important the public remains vigilant. Someone is bound to connect the dots and identified the runaway driver so investigators can get to work on whatever comes next for those involved here.


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