• February 14, 2017

Tamim Alshahrani Killed in San Antonio, TX, Pedestrian Accident

San Antonio, TX -- February 11, 2017, 1-year-old Tamim Aishahrani was killed following an accident in which he was struck by a vehicle.

According to San Antonio Police investigators, the accident happened around 6:45 p.m. in the 10000 block of Caspian Bend.

Preliminary reports indicate that the 1-year-old child was outside his residence at the time. He apparently entered the roadway, and a passing vehicle did not see him in time. The vehicle struck the child, inflicting critical injuries.

The child was rushed to Christa Santa Rosa Westover Hills Hospital, but his injuries proved fatal.

Authorities have not indicated any charges or citations resulting from the incident. They say the crash is still under investigation.

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Man, this is just a tragic accident you hate to see. It goes to show how important it is that drivers take the utmost care when driving through neighborhoods. When streets are narrow, parked cars are obstructing views, and kids are outside playing, there's no telling when a driver might find themselves needing to avoid an accident.

Drivers must take all possible precautions in neighborhood areas; put the phone down, hands on the wheel, eyes on the road, and foot ready to brake. Investigators will need to determine that the driver did everything they could to avoid this accident. It's understandable that sometimes drivers just don't have enough time to react, but anytime someone is hurt or killed--especially a child--it warrants careful and thorough investigations.

--Grossman Law Offices


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