• January 25, 2017

Woman Hurt in San Antonio, TX, Police Chase Accident on Zarzamora

San Antonio, TX -- January 21, 2017, a woman was injured due to an accident where a police cruiser struck her vehicle on Zarzamora Street during a chase.

The San Antonio Police reported to the accident scene at about 12:15 a.m. at the intersection of Zarzamora Street and Martin Street.

According to authorities, San Antonio PD received an emergency call of shots being fired on the West Side of town. A responding officer noticed a vehicle matching suspect descriptions at the intersection. The officer turned through the intersection in an attempt to pursue the suspect vehicle, putting the cruiser into the path of an oncoming vehicle.

The police cruiser and the car collided in the intersection, causing a female passenger of the other vehicle to sustain non-critical injuries. Emergency services transported the woman to University Hospital. The officer was not injured.

It's unclear at this time whether or not any suspects were caught following this crash. Police have not released any additional details.

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