Three Injured in San Antonio Rollover Car Accident on Hwy 90

A collision where one vehicle went airborne before smashing into another car sent two people to the hospital on Sunday afternoon, police said.

While the victims were not identified, police said the first vehicle, which had gone airborne after crossing a median, was a white sedan. The second vehicle, which was struck on its top by the first car, was identified by authorities as a Toyota Prius.

Two of the occupants in the Prius experienced serious injuries. They were transported to University Hospital in critical condition. Three people in total had to be freed from their vehicles by emergency personnel.

The two victims in critical condition were transported to the hospital via helicopter. The third victim, identified as the female driver of the first sedan was transported to University Hospital via ground ambulance.

As a result of the impact, the sedan erupted in flames after overturning multiple times.

Police are still investigating the accident and what may have caused the sedan to travel into the media, sparking the rollover and collision with the Prius.

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