Motorcyclist Critical after Crash on W Martin Street in San Antonio
San Antonio, TX (February 8, 2023) – Wednesday night, three pedestrians sustained injuries in a crash on W. Martin Street and N. General McMullen Drive.
The motorcycle crash in San Antonio happened around 9:30 p.m. on February 8.
Police said three pedestrians, a man, and two women, were walking on the crosswalk when a motorcycle heading north struck them.
SAPD said the male pedestrian sustained serious injuries. EMS rushed him to the hospital with another patient, a woman, with non-life-threatening injuries.
Moreover, another woman was struck by the motorcycle but was not taken to the hospital. Officers questioned her at the scene.
Meanwhile, the motorcycle driver in his 20s sustained critical injuries and was unresponsive when he was transported.
Further investigation to determine the circumstances of this crash is ongoing.
WHY DO YOU NEED A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY AFTER A CRASH IN SAN ANTONIO?
Reckless driving has become more common with the excess of available distractions, such as phones and other smart devices. Many initiatives have been formed in recent years to fight the increase in traffic accidents the state sees annually.
However, around 20-50 million people are injured or become disabled due to an auto crash each year. It is, therefore, important to know how to proceed in case you find yourself involved in a similar traffic collision.
Moreover, if you find yourself unable to safely operate your vehicle, you can always use a rideshare app instead.
If you are troubled in a similar crash in San Antonio and suffered injuries, please call our offices immediately at (800) 674-7852. This way, we can start pursuing your compensation claim while you focus on getting better. The aftermath of an accident can be a stressful and time-consuming process. Moreover, the damages that are caused during an accident may change the lives of those involved for a long time. That is why having a personal injury lawyer will be a step in the right direction toward recovery.