• May 12, 2023

Jacob Matthew Lopez Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (May 16, 2023): According to recent information from authorities, a suspect has been arrested in connection with the accident that killed Jacob Matthew Lopez. There are apparent pending charges for failure to stop and render aid. It's unclear at this time if additional charges are being considered.

San Antonio, TX — May 6, 2023, Jacob Matthew Lopez was killed due to a hit-and-run accident overnight along the I-35 access road.

Details from authorities suggest that they weren't called to the scene until 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 7. Reports say the incident occurred in the area of the I-35 access road and Kiowa Street late Saturday night. At this time, exact circumstances are still under investigation.

Jacob Matthew Lopez Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in San Antonio, TX

Authorities believe that 18-year-old Jacob Matthew Lopez was in the area when, according to current reports, an unknown vehicle struck Lopez. This sent Lopez into the roadside ditch where he was not discovered until the following morning by a passerby. Lopez died a s a result of the accident.

Police have not yet identified anyone else involved in the accident. They continue to search for information that can help lead to the driver they believe struck Lopez. Anyone with information should contact the local authorities as soon as possible.


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