• March 13, 2017

Chandra Spears Killed in San Antonio, TX, Hit-and-Run Accident

San Antonio, TX -- March 12, 2017, Chandra Elysse Spears was killed in a hit-and-run accident after three pickups hit her in the roadway.

The San Antonio Police Department was called to the accident scene at about 5:00 a.m. near the intersection of San Pedro Avenue and Coachlight Street.

25-year-old Spears, reportedly a homeless woman, was in traffic lanes of San Pedro Avenue. For reasons that are unclear, she crossed paths with three oncoming pickups. All three vehicles struck the woman in the roadway. Afterward, two of the pickups fled the scene.

Authorities rushed to render aid, but Spears was pronounced dead at the scene. They have yet to locate the other two drivers, and it's unclear if the third driver is facing any charges or citations.

No further information is currently available as investigations continue.

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