Man Pronounced Dead after Head-On Collision near Interstate 35
SAN ANTONIO, TX (September 26, 2023) – Early Sunday, one man was pronounced dead after a head-on collision on O’Connor Road.
Shortly before 2:30 a.m., local authorities received reports via dispatch near Interstate 35 and Wurzbach Parkway.
As per reports, one driver veered across the double yellow lines, entering the opposite lane, and collided head-on with a truck. The initial impact set off a chain reaction involving three vehicles.
Upon arrival, first responders discovered the overturned truck in a nearby ditch. The male occupant inside the truck succumbed to his injuries, and medics pronounced him deceased at the scene.
Paramedics transported two passengers from the wrong-way vehicle to a nearby hospital, where they received treatment for minor injuries.
Law enforcement officers later took the truck driver into custody for suspicion of driving while intoxicated, following a field sobriety test. Currently, an active investigation is underway to gather additional information. As soon as more details become available, they will be shared.
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