• March 16, 2017

Woman Injured in San Antonio, TX, Car Accident on Culebra Road

San Antonio, TX -- March 15, 2017, a woman sustained injuries as the result of an accident where multiple cars crashed on Culebra Road.

San Antonio emergency response teams were called out to the accident scene at around 9:40 a.m. The three vehicles collided at the intersection of Culebra Road and NW 36th Street.

According to preliminary details, the woman, whose identity wasn't released, was traveling through the intersection in a car. As she did so, a pickup reportedly ran a red light and entered the crossing. Their vehicles crashed into each other, and a third vehicle hit them soon after.

As a result of the collision, the woman driving the car sustained unspecified injuries. She was taken from the scene to St. Mary's University for treatment. No other injuries were reported.

At this time, authorities have not reported whether or not charges or citations were filed. No additional information is currently available.

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