• February 14, 2017

Jose del Carmen Ramirez Dead, 1 Hurt in San Antonio, TX, Street Race Accident

San Antonio, TX -- February 13, 2017, Jose del Carmen Ramirez was killed, another injured, in San Antonio, TX, following an accident where a street race led to a crash.

The San Antonio Police Department received an emergency call around 8:30 p.m. for a wreck at the intersection of West Military Drive and Timbercreek Drive.

According to their preliminary reports, two vehicles had been racing down West Military leading up to the crash. The vehicle driven by 24-year-old Ramirez lost control and went off-road at Timbercreek. The vehicle crashed into a pole on the corner.

Responding officials reported that Ramirez was killed in the collision. The passenger of his vehicle was ejected in the accident, and EMS transported them to University Hospital. Their condition was not specified.

At this time, police continue to look for the other vehicle involved. Their investigations are ongoing.

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