• December 19, 2022

San Antonio Man, 1 Injured in Semi-Truck Accident on FM 2538 in Guadalupe County, TX

Guadalupe County, TX -- September 13, 2022, a San Antonio man and one other person were injured after an accident where their truck crashed.

Investigators said they were called out to the area of FM 2538 mile marker 518 at around 1:22 p.m.

San Antonio Man, 1 Injured in Semi-Truck Accident on FM 2538 in Guadalupe County, TX

It appears that a 28-year-old San Antonio man and a 45-year-old man were in a Freightliner traveling westbound along the roadway. A deer may have entered the road, causing the truck to lose control. It then overturned along the shoulder.

Both men were injured with the passenger said to have suffered incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on San Antonio Man Semi-Truck Accident on FM 2538 in Guadalupe County

Folks tend not to pay much mind to crashes like this. It's not like a deer has insurance, after all. Some things simply can't be avoided. But there are always extenuating circumstances to consider which can change things. For example, any rollover involving a commercial is worth looking into. Investigators may find a defect with the truck is actually what led to the injuries.

There is an unfortunate issue in the trucking industry where manufacturers build trucks to the bare minimum standards, and this can lead to rollovers which should be relatively moderate becoming serious or even deadly. Is that something that happened here? Did authorities even look? That's what I mean when I say no truck wreck is ever truly simple. There's no telling what possible factors more thorough investigations could bring to light.

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