• November 02, 2023

2 Injured in Single-car Accident on Jackson Keller Road in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX — November 2, 2023, two men were injured in a single car accident just before 2:30 a.m. along Jackson Keller Road.

According to reports, the incident actually began with an attempted traffic stop on Jackson Keller Road near Loop 410 because of erratic driving and neglecting to stop at a stop sign. The vehicle sped away and the police initially gave chase; but because speeds were reaching upwards of 80 miles per hour, the police stopped following near the Jackson Keller and Blanco intersection.

2 Injured in Single-car Accident on Jackson Keller Road in San Antonio, TX

Minutes later, however emergency services were called to the scene of a crash involving that same vehicle, which had collided with a utility pole and crashed into several parked cars in a parking lot. The vehicle had come to a stop on its side. The two men—one in his 20s, and the other in his 40s— had allegedly crawled out the back window of the vehicle. One of the men had an apparently broken leg, while the other had incurred head trauma. Both were transported to a local hospital by emergency medical services in reportedly critical condition.

The cause of the accident is unconfirmed. The incident is still under active investigation by authorities; no further details are available at this time.

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