• November 28, 2022

Man Exits Crashed Pickup, Hit by Vehicle on NW Loop 1604 in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — November 27, 2022, a man was hit by a vehicle after exiting his crashed pickup on Loop 1604 in San Antonio.

Authorities say the incident happened around 12:50 a.m. on NW Loop 1604 near Bandera Road. Preliminary investigation suggests the victim crashed his pickup truck into a barrier for unknown reasons. He then exited to check the damage and another vehicle hit him in the roadway.

The victim suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a hospital for treatment. A second person was also reportedly taken to the hospital for facial injuries.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Auto Accident on Loop 1604 in San Antonio

Right now it looks like there are more questions than answers about what happened here. Why did the victim lose control of his pickup? Was the truck disabled after hitting the barrier? Did the victim put its hazards on? Did they were? Exactly how did the other driver hit him? Was he in the road, or did the other driver swerve on the shoulder for some reason? If so, why? What's lighting like in that area at night? What about road and weather conditions? Where were both drivers earlier that night before they collided on the highway?

That's just a handful of the many questions that need answering before anyone can claim to understand this wreck. All its potential factors must be considered or there's a risk that the "official" narrative will be missing crucial details. Will police efforts alone find all those details, or should someone else step in to find out what else there is to the story?

Man Exits Crashed Pickup, Hit by Vehicle on NW Loop 1604 in San Antonio, TX
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