Medical Examiner identifies two women killed in head-on crash on Southwest Side

Two others were hospitalized from the crash, officials say

Fatal crash on Southwest Side. (KSAT)

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Two women killed in a two-vehicle crash on the Southwest Side have been identified, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiner.

Amanda Vega, 32, and Julissa Bocanegra, 14, were killed in a head-on crash with a pickup truck on Saturday afternoon in the 12000 block of Fischer Road, according to police.

Officials said their car veered into the path of the pick-up truck. The truck then tried to evade the crash but did not have time and crashed with the car head-on, police said.

Two others were injured in the crash and at last check, they were still recovering in the hospital.

We’ll bring more updates as they become available.

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Two women were killed and two others are hospitalized following a two-vehicle crash on the Southwest Side, according to police.

The crash, between a car and a pick-up truck, happened Saturday afternoon in the 12000 block of Fischer Road.

Officials said the car veered into the path of the pick-up truck with two people inside. The truck tried to evade the crash but did not have time and crashed with the car head-on, police said.

The two women, one in her 30s and one that is 18-years-old, in the car were killed in the crash. Two others, who were in the truck, were taken to University Hospital for treatment of injuries. Their conditions are unknown.

This is a developing story and we’ll bring more updates as they become available.

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