• February 16, 2017

4 Injured in San Antonio, TX, Two-car Accident on Huebner

San Antonio, TX -- February 14, 2017, four people sustained injuries following an accident where two cars crashed on Huebner Road.

The San Antonio Police Department responded to the accident scene at around 9:45 p.m. at the intersection of Huebner Road and Lockhill Selma Road.

According to their preliminary investigations, the collision occurred as an SUV crashed with a Honda sedan while crossing the intersection. Exact details surrounding the crash are unclear, but images show the SUV with significant damage to its front portion while the sedan's passenger side was heavily dented. Authorities say the sedan also overturned due to the collision.

Following the accident, two people from each vehicle, one of which was pregnant, were sent to the hospital for treatment. Their conditions were not specified.

Police have not specified who was at fault for the accident. They have not released any additional details.

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