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Driver Killed in Northeast Side Crash Along With 2 Siblings Failed to Yield to SUV, Police Say
According to the San Antonio police, it appears that the driver who was killed in a crash along with two of her siblings on Sunday night did not give the other car the right of way when they should have done so. After 10 o’clock, a family of three was traveling in their car when it was broadsided by an SUV while driving on Thousand Oaks near Alamo Blanco.
Three siblings who were out conducting errands on the city’s Northeast Side were killed in a rollover crash, according to their family. After that, it flipped over and crashed into a utility pole and a concrete base, which resulted in the destruction of electricity lines.
Officers on the scene did not determine which driver was at fault for the accident. However, according to a report that was made public on Monday morning, the driver of the automobile had turned left from Thousand Oaks toward Alamo Blanco directly in front of the Jeep Cherokee SUV, which had the right of way at the time of the collision.
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As they arrived at the scene before the crack of dawn on Monday, the relatives of those who had been killed were still in a state of shock. They told KSAT 12 News that the three consisted of a woman who was 20 years old and her two boys who were 10 and will soon be 18 years old.
According to the relatives, the children were on their way to a store that was approximately three blocks away from their house when the collision occurred. They claim that the three were on their way to the pharmacy to pick up some medicine for their mother when the incident occurred.
According to relatives of their family, their mother went seeking them when they failed to return home and found the collision scene while she was there. According to the police, the driver of the SUV was transported to a nearby hospital as a precaution after the crash.
According to the report filed by the investigating officers, it was established that he had not been drinking and was not to blame for the collision. According to the officers, the downed power wires also caused damage to a pickup truck that was passing by at the time. It appeared that the driver of the truck did not sustain any injuries in the accident.
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