• February 10, 2017

One Injured in San Antonio, TX, Rollover Accident on Loop 1604

San Antonio, TX -- February 9, 2017, a man was seriously injured following an accident in which his vehicle overturned off of Loop 1604.

San Antonio Police officials investigated the single-vehicle accident which occurred at the intersection of Loop 1604 and Babcock Road.

At around 1:00 a.m., a 26-year-old was traveling down Loop 1604 and took the exit ramp to go toward Babcock Road. In doing so, the vehicle somehow lost control and ran off the ramp. This caused the vehicle to slide and overturn repeatedly.

EMS was called to the scene, and they transported the man to University Hospital for intensive car. His injuries were described as life-threatening.

No particular cause for the accident has been indicated at this time. Authorities continue their investigations.

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