• October 11, 2022

Christie Castro Killed in Pedestrian Accident in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- October 3, 2022, Christie Castro was killed due to an accident where a vehicle struck Castro in the roadway.

Investigators were called to the scene early Monday near the intersection of Randolph Boulevard and O'Connor Road.

Authorities indicate that 46-year-old Christie Castro was walking at the time. While in the roadway, a vehicle somehow hit Castro. That driver called for assistance, but it appears Castro's injuries proved fatal.

Additional details about the incident are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Christie Castro Pedestrian Accident in San Antonio

Christie Castro Killed in Pedestrian Accident in San Antonio, TX

There isn't much information regarding what happened, but I've been seeing discussion about this incident from concerned locals. There is obviously frustration on both sides, with some assuming that the pedestrian was being reckless, and others saying that drivers in San Antonio are often speeding, on their phones, or drunk. As odd as it may sound, it's encouraging to see that there are folks who think both ways. A lot of people will just jump to blame the pedestrian. Is it possible the victim made a mistake here? Certainly, but just because a driver wasn't arrested on the scene doesn't mean they did nothing wrong. Are steps being taken here to truly get clear answers for the victim's loved ones?


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