• October 31, 2022

Savannah Zamora Injured in Alleged DWI Accident on US 281 in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (November 14, 2022): Officials said that the woman injured in the crash 25-year-old Savannah Zamora. Additional details surrounding the crash remain unconfirmed.

San Antonio, TX -- October 29, 2022, one person was injured in an accident on US 281 which authorities say involved an intoxicated driver.

Officials said that the incident happened at around 4:00 a.m. along US Highway 281 in the area of I-35. According to officials, a Nissan Sentra was coming onto northbound US 281. Doing so, it went across multiple lines, then crashed into a concrete barrier.

As a result of the crash, a passenger riding in the car sustained critical injuries. The driver, unidentified at this time, may face charges for intoxication assault. This and other details have yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Savannah Zamora Alleged DWI Accident in San Antonio

Savannah Zamora Injured in Alleged DWI Accident in San Antonio, TX

Just to be clear, it's important to take early details like this with a grain of salt because the authorities may not have been as thorough as one would hope. I've seen situations like this where alcohol was not at all a factor, and police were simply off the mark. If it was a factor, of course, that would warrant even more thorough investigations into whether or not a local business is liable under dram shop law for over-serving the driver. After all, any path to get the victims the help they need is one worth considering. Simply waiting around for the authorities here may not be good enough to get those answers.


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