• December 06, 2018

Man Injured in San Antonio, TX, Pedestrian Accident on Fredericksburg Road

San Antonio, TX -- November 30, 2018, a man was injured as the result of an accident where a vehicle struck him in the roadway.

According to preliminary investigations conducted by the San Antonio Police, the incident occurred at around 10:20 p.m. off Fredericksburg Road and Vance Jackson.

Authorities said that a man, whose identity wasn't release was walking along the roadway at the time. As he did so, a passing driver reportedly didn't see the pedestrian in time. This resulted in the vehicle hitting the pedestrian.

EMS arrived and transported the man to a local medical facility with serious head injuries. The driver stayed at the scene, and the driver currently does not face charges.

Police have yet to release additional details surrounding the wreck.

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