• July 26, 2023

Procoro Hernandez Pimentel Killed in 18-wheeler Accident at Loop 1604 & U.S. 281 in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (August 8, 2023): Details identify the person killed in the accident as 61-year-old Procoro Hernandez Pimentel. No further information about the truck wreck can be confirmed at this time.

San Antonio, TX — July 25, 2023, one person was killed as the result of an 18-wheeler accident at around 9:30 p.m. along Loop 1604.

Authorities say that the incident happened in the area of South Loop 1604 and U.S. Highway 281. It appears that there was a previous crash in the area, and Bexar County Sheriff's Deputies were on the scene. While they were there, a collision occurred in which a pickup crashed into an 18-wheeler. The exact cause of the collision was not made clear.

As a result of this collision, the pickup caught fire. One person died as a result of the accident. There were no other confirmed injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.


Courtney Patteson, One Injured in Bus Accident on I-45N in Shenandoah, TX

Shenandoah, TX — August 29, 2023, Courtney Patteson and another driver were injured in a collision with a bus around 5 p.m. on I-45N in Shenandoah. Investigators report Ms. Patteson's Nissan Altima was rear-ended by a bus while she was stopped in traffic on I-45. The initial impact purportedly forced the Altima forward into the...

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