3 siblings killed in Northeast Side crash identified by medical examiner

According to relatives, siblings were running errand at time of crash


Three siblings who were killed in a crash on the Northeast Side last week have been identified by the Bexar County Medical Examiner.

Evelyn Flores, 22, Ivan Flores, 17 and Julian Flores, 10, died from their injuries, according to the ME.

The crash happened after 10 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, on Thousand Oaks near Alamo Blanco.

Their vehicle was t-boned by an SUV, causing it to roll over and slam into a concrete base and a utility pole, according to San Antonio police.

Police said the other driver involved was hospitalized as a precaution.


San Antonio police say it appears a driver who was killed in a Sunday night crash along with two of her siblings failed to yield the right of way to the other vehicle.

The car carrying the three family members was T-boned by an SUV on Thousand Oaks near Alamo Blanco after 10 p.m.

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It then rolled over and slammed into a concrete base and utility pole, knocking down power lines.

At the scene, officers did not assign blame to either driver.

However, a report released Monday morning stated that the driver of the car made a left turn from Thousand Oaks toward Alamo Blanco in the path of the Jeep Cherokee SUV, which had the right of way.

Relatives of those who were killed were still in disbelief as they showed up at the site before daybreak Monday.

They told KSAT 12 News that the three included a 20-year-old woman and her two brothers, 10 and soon-to-be 18.

The relatives say the siblings were on their way to a store about three blocks from their home when the crash happened.

They say the three were running an errand, going to buy medicine for their mother.

Family members say when they failed to return home, their mother went out looking for them and came upon the crash scene.

The driver of the SUV, meanwhile, was taken to a hospital as a precaution, police said.

The police report said investigators determined he was not intoxicated and not at fault in the crash.

Officers said when the power lines fell they also damaged a pickup that was driving by.

It did not appear the driver of that truck suffered any injuries.

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Katrina Webber joined KSAT 12 in December 2009. She reports for Good Morning San Antonio. Katrina was born and raised in Queens, NY, but after living in Gulf Coast states for the past decade, she feels right at home in Texas. It's not unusual to find her singing karaoke or leading a song with her church choir when she's not on-air.

Azian Bermea is a photojournalist at KSAT.

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