• August 23, 2022

Woman Injured in Car Accident at I-35 & Dinn in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- August 22, 2022, one person sustained injuries due to an accident where a vehicle crashed near I-35 and Dinn Drive.

Initial reports said that the crash took place at around 3:00 a.m. along the north access road. It appears an unidentified woman lost control of her car trying to avoid a cyclist. After the crash, the woman got out of the vehicle to inspect the damage. While doing so, a silver sedan hit the woman, then left the scene.

Due to the collision, the woman was taken to a hospital with reportedly non-life-threatening injuries. The identity of the driver remains unclear at this time.

Commentary on Hit-and-run Accident at Dinn Drive in San Antonio

San Antonio, TX Car Accident Injures Woman at I-35 & Dinn Drive

Whenever someone leaves the scene like this, it's often because they have something specific they're trying to hide. It could be warrants, drugs, expired licensing, or perhaps even drunk driving. Some of these can result in unique legal consequences, which is why it's so important both to find that driver and to find out what exactly led to the accident. By keeping these reports in the public, someone is bound to connect the dots, do the right thing, and come forward. Are authorities remain vigilant in their search, or will this be up to the community alone?

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