• September 13, 2022

Woman Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on South General McMullen in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- September 9, 2022, a woman sustained injuries due to an accident where a vehicle hit her, then fled the scene.

Investigators were called to the area of South General McMullen Drive and Weir Avenue at around 2:00 a.m.

Authorities said that a 44-year-old woman was walking and attempted to cross the intersection. While doing so, a blue vehicle traveling southbound hit her. That vehicle reportedly stopped in a nearby parking lot, then left the scene.

The womanw as taken to a hospital with injuries of unspecified severity. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Hit-and-run Accident on General McMullen Drive in San Antonio

San Antonio, TX Hit-and-run Accident Injures Woman on South General McMullen

In a situation like this, my blood just starts boiling. Someone leaving a person behind to potentially die instead of calling for help is just beyond me. Those people obviously need to be brought to account for their irresponsible actions. That's especially true if this is like many other incidents involving drunk drivers who were over-served by a local bar. Hopefully through continued efforts, someone will come forward with information police can use to make an arrest. Then steps can be taken to hold the appropriate parties accountable.

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