• October 16, 2023

Robert Fisher Killed in Alleged DWI Accident on Loop 410 in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (October 30, 2023): Authorities identified the person killed in the accident as 39-year-old Robert Fisher. Additional details are currently pending further investigations.

San Antonio, TX — October 15, 2023, a passenger was killed and a driver charged in an alleged DWI accident before 3:15 a.m. along S.W. Loop 410.

Initial details were released by San Antonio Police officials, who said that the incident took place along the 7300 block of S.W. Loop 410, which appears to be off the Ray Ellison Boulevard intersection.

Robert Fisher Killed in Alleged DWI Accident on Loop 410 in San Antonio, TX

Statements show police were called at around 3:15 a.m. after someone saw what they believed to be a van wrecked off the side of the road. When authorities arrived, they reportedly found a 39-year-old in the van who was eventually pronounced dead at the scene. The other occupant, who they believe was the driver of the van, is accused of driving while intoxicated and was arrested.

Right now, further specifics surrounding what caused the crash remain unclear pending investigations.

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