• November 28, 2022

Two Injured in Semi Truck Accident at I-10 and Culebra Overpass in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- November 24, 2022, two people were injured following an accident where a semi-truck overturned off an overpass.

San Antonio, TX Semi Truck Accident Injures 2 at I-10 & Culebra Overpass

Authorities said that the crash happened in the area of I-10 and Culebra Road. Somehow, a semi-truck traveling along the road crashed through a guardrail and overturned off an overpass. The truck landed on its roof on the roadway below. Two people from the truck were left in serious condition. Right now, no further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Semi Truck Accident at I-10 and Culebra Overpass in San Antonio

Folks tend to see a crash involving a single truck and just assume that the driver was being reckless. As common as that may be, it's important to consider there are other possibilities. Commercial trucks are incredibly complex, and without the right training and equipment, something could easily slip through the cracks. One potential factor I rarely see police consider, for example, is mechanical issues. Learning about those dangers could help folks realize just how challenging it can be to truly get help for people involved in a serious truck wreck like this one.

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