• February 16, 2017

John Mosley Killed, One Injured in San Antonio, TX, Accident

San Antonio, TX -- February 14, 2017, John Mosley was killed, another person injured, following an accident where their vehicle crashed.

San Antonio Police investigators report that the fatal crash happened around 8:00 p.m.

69-year-old Mosley and an unidentified passenger were traveling eastbound on Loop 410. Near the intersection of Vance Jackson Road, traffic had slowed down due to a previous accident. Coming up on the vehicles, Mosley's vehicle swerved across traffic lanes and struck the back of a Nissan. This caused Mosley's vehicle to spin out, and it was then rear-ended by a pickup.

The crash was severe enough that Mosley died at the scene of the accident. His passenger was taken to University Hospital with critical injuries. No additional injuries were reported.

At this time, authorities have not said what caused the accident to happen. They say investigations are ongoing.

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