• May 16, 2017

Woman Injured in San Antonio, TX, Hit-and-run Accident on Fredericksburg

San Antonio, TX -- May 13, 2017, a woman was injured following an accident where she was struck by a vehicle on Fredericksburg which the fled the scene.

The San Antonio Police Department was called out to the scene at around 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of Fredericksburg Road and Vance Jackson Road.

According to investigating officials, a woman, said to be in her 30s, was walking in the area at the time. It's unclear if she was crossing the road or walking along the side. As she did so, a vehicle somehow failed to avoid her and struck her, causing her to be thrown into the middle of the roadway. The vehicle then fled the scene.

Responding medical teams transported her to University Hospital in critical condition. Her current condition has not been not given.

Police continue to search for the suspect driver. Investigations are ongoing.

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