San Antonio Crash Report: Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run on I-35 North near Downtown


Crash Report – I-35 North, Downtown, San Antonio, TX


Report ID: 2023 April 24

NCIC#: Unknown

OFFICER ID#: Unknown

Traffic Unit 1: unspecified vehicle

Traffic Unit 2: male pedestrian

Occupants: at least 1

Vehicle Damage (If Any): Unknown

Property Damage (other than vehicles): Unknown

Road Surface Condition (Dry, Wet, Snow, Mud, Dirt): Unknown

Manner of Crash Impact (Single Vehicle, Angle, Left Turn, Rear-End, Head-On, Sideswipe, U-Turn, Other, Unknown): Unknown

Location of Pedestrian/Cyclist (If Any): crossing roadway


BEXAR COUNTY, TX — A man died early Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle on Interstate 35 near downtown San Antonio.

According to San Antonio Police, the fatal incident occurred on the lower level of the northbound lanes shortly after 1:30 a.m. San Antonio Police, San Antonio Fire Department crews, and EMS personnel were all dispatched to the site.

Preliminary details indicate the man was trying to cross from the north to south side of I-35. At one point, he was hit by a southbound vehicle whose driver failed to stop and render aid.

First responders pronounced the victim deceased at the scene.

A section of the highway was shut down for multiple hours as officials processed the scene.

An investigation and search for the hit-and-run driver remains ongoing. The SPD said that when the driver is located, they will face a charge of failure to stop and render aid.

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