• January 03, 2023

Timothy Green Killed in Car Accident in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (January 5, 2023): Reports identified the victim and issued clarifications on facts surrounding the accident. While details initially suggested there were two people involved, they now say the only victim in the crash was 43-year-old Timothy Green. Green succumbed to fatal injuries. Right now, the cause of the crash is still under investigation.

San Antonio, TX -- January 1, 2023, two people were killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along I-35 near Walzem Road.

Preliminary details made available to the public said the crash occurred near the intersection of I-35 and Walzem Road at around 4:30 a.m. It apparently involved a BMW which was traveling along the highway when it somehow lost control, hit a concrete pillar, then caught fire.

Two people were pronounced deceased due to the crash. Their identities are currently unavailable. Authorities have not given any further details.

Timothy Green Killed in Car Accident in San Antonio, TX

Early morning hours of New Year's Day are always dangerous, and that could lead people to jump to conclusions about what happened here. However, I often discuss the importance of never making assumptions just because an explanation may seem likely or common. Doing so could lead to important details slipping through the cracks.

Alcohol, for example, is a common factor, but it's still just one possibility. It would surprise people to see how many reports I've looked into where authorities suspected drunk driving led to a crash only for evidence to prove that something like a tire blowout, medical emergency, mechanical defects, or some reckless driver who left the scene caused it. Conducting thorough investigations and letting the evidence speak for itself should be the goal after a deadly wreck like this. If nothing else, it can help get those involved the answers they deserve.

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