San Antonio 18 Wheeler Truck Accident Injures at Least One

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 23-Aug-2012

An 18 wheeler truck crash in San Antonio involving three other vehicles on Loop 1604 near Military Drive sent at least one man to the hospital in critical condition, officials said.

Police said the driver of the 18 wheeler truck may have run a red like, sparking the truck accident in San Antonio and causing it to smash into two passenger vehicles at the intersection.

Officials have not yet revealed whether the truck driver will be charge but took him for questioning regarding the San Antonio traffic collision.

One man, who occupied one of the passenger vehicles involved, was transported to a local hospital and was recently listed in critical condition, emergency personnel reported.

Following the signage and traffic laws in a region are important for all drivers, pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists. While the rules of the road help create order for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists alike, ignoring them or not giving the road one’s full attention can be deadly when a driver operating a thousand pound truck that requires extra time and care to stop in time as well as maneuver, disregards traffic laws.

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