• October 31, 2023

Robert Martin Bambic Killed in Car Accident in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — March 30, 2023, Robert Martin Bambic was killed due to a car accident that happened early in the morning at Stablewood Farms Park.

Preliminary information about the accident indicates that it happened at the park located off the side of Connally Loop 410, off Starting Gate and Crooked Trail, at around 3:30 a.m.

Robert Martin Bambic Killed in Car Accident in San Antonio, TX

The exact circumstances surrounding the crash are unclear right now. Authorities said only that 68-year-old Robert Bambic was driving a Volvo sedan that somehow ran off the side of the road and into the pond at the park, becoming submerged. Details suggest Bambic was taken to a hospital, but the injuries proved to be fatal. There were no other reported victims.

Authorities have yet to release an official cause for the crash, and I can't help wondering why. This long after a serious accident, one would expect there to be some answers. But something I've talked about a lot on this blog is how authorities often need independent accident reconstructionists to take a look at a crash when it's beyond their means to handle alone.

With the added challenge of the victim's vehicle being submerged in a body of water as well as what appears to be a lack of witness statements, were authorities prudent enough to seek that outside help? Was the family ever given the full story? With the few details I'm seeing right now, I can't help wondering if proper steps were taken to ensure nothing important slipped through the cracks.

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