• May 01, 2017

Joshua Lane Killed in San Antonio, TX, Hit-and-run Accident

San Antonio, TX -- April 29, 2017, Joshua Martin Lane was killed due to an accident where he was struck by a vehicle along I-35 that then fled the scene.

According to reports released by the San Antonio Police Department, the incident occurred near the intersection of the I-35 service road and Pat Booker Road in the late hours of Friday.

Police officials reported that 28-year-old Lane was riding a bicycle along the service road of the interstate. As he did so, a vehicle, which police described as a 2016 or 2017 Honda Accord, somehow failed to avoid the cyclist and crashed into him. Lane was thrown off-road into a grassy area. The Honda fled the scene.

Emergency services were called after a passerby noticed Lane on the ground. EMS officials say that he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have not yet located the suspect driver. Their investigations are ongoing.

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