2 killed, 3 taken to hospital following double rollover crash in Northwest San Antonio

An SUV struck a truck as it pulled out of Whataburger, SAPD says

Two people were killed and three people were injured late Sunday when two vehicles collided on the Northwest Side.

SAN ANTONIO – Two people were killed and three people were injured late Sunday when two vehicles collided on the Northwest Side.

San Antonio police said the accident happened around 11 p.m. in the 8700 block of Grissom Road, near Timber Path.

A Volkswagen SUV was traveling eastbound on Grissom at a high rate of speed and crashed into a Toyota pickup truck that was exiting a Whataburger parking lot and attempting to go westbound on Grissom.

The collision caused both vehicles to roll over, and the Toyota slid on its roof for more than 300 feet.

The male driver and a passenger in the Volkswagen died at the scene.

The passenger has been identified as 24-year-old Christopher Matthew Taylor by the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office. The driver, 28, was identified as Jeremy Alexander Sanchez.

Another passenger in the Volkswagen and the male driver and passenger in the Toyota were transported to University Hospital in critical condition.

The accident is under investigation.

Two people were killed and three people were injured late Sunday when two vehicles collided on the Northwest Side.

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