Crash Report – I-10 southbound and Crossroads Blvd, San Antonio, TX
Report ID: 2023 January 29
OFFICER ID#: Unknown
Traffic Unit 1: Chevrolet Tahoe
Traffic Unit 2: unknown motorcycle
Traffic Unit 3: left-side guard rail
Traffic Unit 4: highway support beam
Occupants: 4 (including 3 juveniles)
Vehicle Damage (If Any): Yes
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): Head-on
Location of Pedestrian/Cyclist (If Any): N/A
BEXAR COUNTY, TX — A 37-year-old woman died Sunday in a crash that critically hurt three children on Interstate 10 in northwest San Antonio.
The fatal wreck occurred on the southbound lanes near Crossroads Boulevard, just before 4:00 p.m.
San Antonio Police said the woman was driving a Chevrolet Tahoe with three juvenile passengers, ages 10-15. As the Tahoe headed southbound on I-10 it was cut off by a speeding motorcyclist, causing the female driver to swerve. As a result, the Tahoe hit the left-side guard rail, sending the SUV to the right and across the main lanes. It then entered the grassy median, where it a highway support beam head-on.
The victim was pronounced deceased on the scene, confirmed officials. Medics rushed the three children to a hospital in critical condition.
At this time, investigators continue to search for the motorcyclist. The suspect faces multiple charges, including “one county of failure to stop and render aid resulting in death and three counts of failure to stop and render aid resulting in serious bodily injury.”
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