• September 11, 2023

Two Injured in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident on I-10 W. in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — September 10, 2023, two people were injured in a car accident around 12:30 a.m. on Interstate 10 West in San Antonio.

According to sources, a police cruiser turned on its lights in an attempt to pull over a silver sedan that was reportedly going 96 mph on the highway when the sedan reportedly sped up and rear-ended a moving truck and the SUV the truck was pulling.

After the collision, the moving truck and its SUV purportedly spun out and then overturned. Photos of the incident suggest the speeding sedan was forced towards its driver-side and collided with the concrete divider. Additionally, the police cruiser was allegedly unable to avoid colliding with the initial crash and struck both the overturned truck and sedan.

Police recommended charging the silver sedan driver with Driving While Intoxicated as he "showed signs of intoxication."

Officials report the police officer and the moving truck driver sustained minor injuries. There are no reports on the severity of the injuries sustained by the driver who was being pulled over.

There are no further updates at this time.

Two Injured in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident on I-10 W. in San Antonio, TX
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