SAPD Investigates Pedestrian-Vehicle Crash on the West Side
San Antonio, TX (March 10, 2023) On Thursday afternoon, a major pedestrian accident on 36th Street sent a man in his late 20s, to the hospital.
SAPD responded to a pedestrian-vehicle crash on the 2500 block of NW 36th Street. Police says that a Ford F-150 truck ran over a male pedestrian on the West Side.
The collision caused serious injuries to the man, who is in his late 20s. Officials say that the man had head trauma and possibly a broken jaw.
Paramedics transported the man to University Hospital in critical condition and was stable.
Authorities are investigating the pedestrian accident and have not released additional information at this time.
ACCIDENTS WHILE ON THE ROAD
The Texas Department of Transportation claims that approximately every two hours, one person is killed on the road.
Pedestrian related fatalities rose from 2020 to 2021 by 15.24%. The total number of pedestrians killed in 2021 totaled to 824.
Traffic mishaps like the West Side pedestrian-vehicle crash, are a major public health threat and a leading cause of death for people ages 5-64.
Therefore, we must know what to do if in case we encounter traffic accidents.
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