• January 26, 2023

Scott Stoczynski Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX -- July 16, 2022, Scott Stoczynski was killed due to an accident where his vehicle crashed off-road.

Authorities were called out to the area of Loop 1604 and Treble Creek at around 6:50 a.m., according to public details from officials.

Scott Stoczynski Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in San Antonio, TX

The details identified 33-year-old Scott Stoczynski as the driver of a Ford F-150 which was westbound on Loop 1604. For reasons not yet confirmed, the truck went off the side of the road where it crashed.

Stoczynski died as a result of the collision. It appears not one else was involved in the crash. While it's at least some relief to see no one else was hurt, it's also a troubling sign that the only person that can tell the victim's side of the story isn't around to do so. Unfortunately, that usually means the victim's loved ones are stuck waiting for the authorities to get answers. They can absolutely do so, but sometimes this sort of crash goes overlooked if a department considers it "low priority".

Having seen the hundreds of families devastated by similar situations, I can say without a doubt that a family in search of answers about the loss of their loved one wouldn't consider this "low priority" by any means. Hopefully the authorities were of the same mind.


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