• June 06, 2017

Woman Injured in San Antonio, TX, Pedestrian Accident on Ingram

San Antonio, TX -- June 5, 2017, a woman was seriously injured as the result of an accident in which she was struck by a car on Ingram Road.

The San Antonio Police Department were called to the scene of the accident at around 9:45 p.m. on Ingram Road near the intersection of Callaghan Road.

Police investigators reported that a woman was walking along the roadway when she attempted to cross over traffic lanes of Ingram. One vehicle was able to miss her, but a second vehicle did not see her in time. The woman was struck in the roadway.

Medical teams were called out to the scene, and they were able to transport the woman to a local hospital in critical condition. No other injuries occurred.

Police did not file any charges or citations in regards to the accident. Factors surrounding the incident are still unclear.

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