• June 06, 2017

Bicyclist Injured in San Antonio, TX, Hit-and-run Accident on W. Ashby

San Antonio, TX -- June 3, 2017, a man was injured following an accident in which he was hit by a vehicle while riding a bicycle, after which the car fled.

San Antonio Police investigators say they are continuing their search for the vehicle involved in the accident. They say the crash happened at around 1:00 a.m. near the intersection of West Ashby Place and North Main Avenue.

Police officials stated that the cyclist, a man said to be in his 30s, was riding along the westbound lanes of Ashby. A passing vehicle somehow crashed into him, knocking him into the roadway. The vehicle then fled the scene.

A passerby noticed the victim and called emergency services. He was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries.

At this time, no further information has been released by police.

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