• February 09, 2023

Pedestrian Killed, Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on General McMullen Dr in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — February 8, 2023, a pedestrian died and a motorcyclist was critically injured in a collision on North General McMullen Drive in San Antonio.

Authorities say the incident happened shortly before 9:00 p.m. on North General McMullen at West Martin Street. Preliminary investigation suggests a 43-year-old man and his wife were crossing through the street when a 19-year-old on a motorcycle struck them. The rider then lost control and crashed nearby.

The male pedestrian and the motorcyclist were critically injured and were taken to an area hospital, where the pedestrian soon died. At last report the rider was still listed in critical condition. The female pedestrian was treated for minor injuries.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

Images of the mentioned area show a light-controlled intersection with crosswalks on a straight road with streetlights. Accidents can still happen in the most ideal conditions, of course, but with a setting like that I can't help but wonder exactly what went wrong. That shouldn't be answered with guesses or speculation; I just doubt I'm the only one who thinks some answers are in order—if not for a curious public then at least for the people affected by that crash. Hopefully authorities are working hard to learn more details and their efforts give some much-needed closure to those who need it.

Pedestrian Killed, Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on General McMullen Dr in San Antonio, TX
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