• January 04, 2023

Pedestrian Injured in Hit-and-Run on Luckey Road in Bexar County, TX

Bexar County, TX — December 29, 2022, a male pedestrian was injured after being struck and dragged by a vehicle on Luckey Road in southwest Bexar County.

Authorities say the incident happened some time before 11:30 p.m. when a motorist saw the victim in the street on the 17800 block of Luckey Road. Responders found the man with a head wound and transported him to an area hospital in critical condition. Investigators believe he was struck and dragged some distance by a vehicle, but say there were no witnesses.

The crash remains under investigation. No further information is currently available.


Preliminary reports didn't explicitly call this a hit-and-run, but if the passerby found the victim in the road and investigators had to piece together that he was dragged by a vehicle that doesn't sound like they found a car or a cooperative driver at the scene.

If that man was the victim of a hit-and-run, sadly he certainly wouldn't be alone in being hurt by runaway Texas drivers. More and more of these incidents seem to show up all the time in the news, and I can't wrap my head around how even a single one of those drivers justified fleeing the scene. Only they could really say, but before motives could be addressed a suspect must obviously be identified and found.

What police are likely doing now--searching for material evidence, witnesses, video footage from the area, and other sources of information--is crucial for that. Whatever information they can find and then relay to the public is more of the puzzle that someone will eventually put together to recognize a suspect. In the meantime it's important not to lose hope; these things often take time, but many ultimately have a proper resolution.

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