One Killed in Wrong-Way Crash on Loop 1604 in San Antonio

One Killed in Wrong-Way Crash on Loop 1604 in San Antonio

1 Killed in San Antonio Two-Vehicle Crash on Loop 1604 at Lockhill Selma

San Antonio, Texas (May 23, 2020) – One person was killed in a suspected DUI crash early Saturday morning in San Antonio, according to police.

The crash happened around 2:00 a.m. on eastbound Loop 1604 at Lockhill Selma.

Police said a woman in her 20s was driving a white car the wrong way on Loop 1604 when she crashed head-on into an SUV.

The SUV driver was killed in the crash. Their identity has not been released.

The driver of the white car was uninjured in the crash. She failed a field sobriety test and was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

The crash remains under investigation.

We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

In Texas, a driver is legally intoxicated after consuming alcohol if their blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08% or higher. A driver is also considered intoxicated if they don’t have the normal use of their mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol. Alcohol however is not the only intoxicant, as drivers can become intoxicated by ingesting prescription and illegal drugs such as crack, marijuana, and cocaine.

Regardless of what substance caused the driver’s reaction time to become significantly altered, intoxication by any means can cause terrible accidents and injuries.

Innocent victims harmed by drunk drivers are entitled to compensation for their injuries, including but not limited to medical expenses; lost wages; pain and suffering and mental anguish; physical impairment and disability; and most importantly, punitive damages to deter future conduct. If a death occurred because of a drunk driver, you will want a knowledgeable accident lawyer to bring a wrongful death action against the drunk driver.

To speak with one of our highly qualified lawyers at  Joel A. Gordon & Associates Click to call: 281-943-5555.

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