San Antonio, TX — January 12, 2018, Hector Salinas was killed and a man was injured after a motorcyclist struck Salinas on the highway.
According to information released by the San Antonio Police Department, the incident happened at around 1:30 a.m. near Loop 1604 and La Cantera Parkway.
Officials reported that 30-year-old Salinas was driving along Loop 1604. His vehicle somehow lost control and crashed into a guardrail. His vehicle came to a stop, and he exited on foot toinspe ctt he damage. As he did so, a motorcycle, which police say was speeding, struck Salinas.
Salinas died as a result of the accident. The motorcyclist sustained critical injuries and was taken to University Hospital.
Police say the accident remains under investigation.
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