• March 29, 2023

David Trevino Killed in Hit-and-run Accident on Culebra Road in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (April 18, 2023): Details from authorities identified the man killed in the accident as 43-year-old David Trevino. Additional information is unavailable.

San Antonio, TX — March 29, 2023, a man was killed due to a hit-and-run accident which occurred at around midnight along Culebra Road.

Preliminary information about the deadly accident says that it happened near the intersection of 36th Street at approximately 12:10 a.m. Details suggest that a man in his 40s was crossing Culebra at the time. One vehicle stopped to allow him to pass, but another vehicle struck him, resulting in fatal injuries. Reports described that vehicle as an older model truck, and it fled the scene. Police currently say that driver has been arrested and charged with failure to stop and render aid. No further information can be confirmed at this time.

David Trevino Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in San Antonio, TX

If it's true police made an arrest here, that's at least a positive step forward for the grieving family that deserves to know there will be appropriate consequences for their loss. But one thing not yet clear is why the driver left the scene. Most of the time, investigations show that driver had something specific to hide. Did they have warrants? Were they driving drunk? Was this drug related? Put simply, a man lost his life here, and it's important his loved ones know that all of the factors surrounding such a horrible event are being thoroughly addressed by the authorities.


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