Driver Killed in Northeast Side Crash With 2 Brothers Didn’t Yield to SUV: According to San Antonio police, it appears the driver who was killed in a collision on Sunday night along with two of her siblings did not give way to the other vehicle.
After ten o’clock in the evening, an SUV t-boned the car carrying the three family members on Thousand Oaks near Alamo Blanco. It then turned over and crashed into a utility pole and a concrete base, bringing down electrical wires.
Officers did not blame either motorist at the scene. However, according to a report made public on Monday morning, the driver of the automobile turned left from Thousand Oaks toward Alamo Blanco when the Jeep Cherokee SUV had the right-of-way.
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As they arrived at the scene early on Monday, relatives of the deceased were still in shock. According to them, the three were a 20-year-old woman and her two boys, who are 10 and about to turn 18.
The siblings were reportedly three blocks from their home on their way to a supermarket when the collision occurred, according to the siblings’ relatives. They claim that the three were on their way to buy their mother’s medication while running errands.
According to family members, when they didn’t come home, their mother went hunting for them and ended up at the crash site. The SUV’s driver, meanwhile, was transported to a hospital as a precaution, according to authorities.
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According to the police report, the investigation found that he was not intoxicated and was not at fault for the collision. According to the police, a pickup truck that was passing was damaged when the power wires fell. It didn’t seem like the truck’s driver was hurt in any way.