• February 21, 2017

Man Injured in San Antonio, TX, Hit-and-run Accident at MLK

San Antonio, TX -- February 17, 2017, a man suffered injured following an accident where vehicle fleeing police hit his pickup on Martin Luther King Drive.

The San Antonio Police Department reported that the accident occurred around 10:15 a.m. It began when a Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy attempted to pull over a vehicle on the East Side. The driver began to flee the officer, and a pursuit began.

During the chase, the fleeing vehicle ran through the intersection of the I-10 service road and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. In doing so, it collided with a pickup driven by an older male. The two vehicles came to a stop, and the driver fled the scene on foot.

The driver of the pickup had non-life-threatening injuries, and he was taken to a hospital for treatment. Authorities say that the suspect driver was not caught immediately following the incident, and police continue to search for that person.

At this time, no further information is available. Investigations continue.

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