• May 03, 2017

Roy Alvarez Injured in Victoria, TX, Car Accident

Victoria, TX -- April 30, 2017, Roy Alvarez sustained injuries as the result of an accident in which his vehicle and another collided.

Officers from the Victoria Police Department were called to the accident scene around 3:00 p.m. in the 5500 block of Lone Tree Road, south of John Stockbauer Drive.

According to initial investigations, 21-year-old Alvarez was navigating a Nissan 240 that was being towed with a tow strap. The towing vehicle was a Ford F-250 driven by 22-year-old David de la Cruz.

For reasons which have yet to be determined, the Nissan swerved over to the side of the road and collided into a guardrail. This caused the Nissan to flip airborne over the railing, coming down on its roof.

As a result of the accident, Alvarez suffered serious injuries. He was taken to Citizens Medical Center for treatment, and eventually medical teams moved him to San Antonio Military Medical Center for further treatment. De la Cruz was not injured.

Police are still looking into what caused the crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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