Good Samaritan critically injured in hit-and-run after wrong way crash

Hit-and-run driver was in white pickup truck

SAN ANTONIO – A wrong-way driver caused a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 37 early Sunday morning, San Antonio police said.

It started after 2 a.m. when a man was driving north in the southbound lanes of I-37 near Hot Wells Boulevard, police said.

He hit another car and stopped.

A woman who saw the crash also stopped, but while she was trying to help the two people hurt in the wreck, she was hit by a white pickup, police said.

The driver of the pickup did not stop, police said.

The woman was taken to San Antonio Military Medical Center with numerous injuries.

Police did not say which charges the wrong-way driver could face.


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