• January 31, 2017

Child Injured in San Antonio, TX, Pedestrian Accident on 40th

San Antonio, TX -- January 29, 2017, a child sustained injuries following an accident where a vehicle ran off of 40th Street and hit him.

San Antonio authorities responded to the accident scene just after 7:00 p.m. They say it took place near the intersection of NW 40th Street and Elizabeth Alyn.

Witnesses told reporters that the boy was with other people near the side of a road when an oncoming SUV suddenly lost control and veered off the roadway. The SUV struck the boy to the ground and proceeded to crash into several parked cars as well.

The boy was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. His injuries were not specified by officials. The condition of the driver following the incident was unclear, and authorities did not say if that person would face charges or citations.

At this time, no further details have been released.

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