Man hospitalized, in critical condition after overnight crash on far West Side, police say
A man is hospitalized and in critical condition after an overnight crash on Highway 151, according to San Antonio police. SAN ANTONIO – A man is hospitalized and in critical condition after an overnight crash on the far West Side, according to San Antonio police. The crash happened around 12:24 a.m., Sunday, on Highway 151 and Westover Hills Boulevard. Police said a black truck was parked on the shoulder of Highway 151 for unknown reasons when a vehicle traveling westbound rear-ended it. A man and a woman were inside of the truck at the time of the crash and they were taken to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Woman killed after crashing into barrier, skidding into concrete pillars under Highway 151, police say
SAN ANTONIO – A woman is dead after crashing into a barrier and skidding into concrete pillars under Highway 151, according to San Antonio police. The crash happened around 12:30 p.m., Saturday, on Highway 151 and Loop 1604. Police said the woman, in her 20s, was driving a Mini Cooper at a high rate of speed when she crashed into the cable road barrier on 1604 and then skidded into the concrete pillars under 151. The woman was pinned in the car and had to be extracted, according to officials. No other injuries were reported and further details are limited at this time.
TxDOT announces major closures Highway 151 intersection this weekend
SAN ANTONIO – There are some major road closures planned for this weekend, according to The Texas Department of Transportation. TxDOT crews will be working on the flyover ramps at the SH 151 and I-410 interchange as part of scheduled work in phase one of the I-410 Southwest project. Full closure of the SH 151 eastbound-to-westbound turnaround at Loop 410. Traffic will be detoured to the frontage road at the Cable Ranch Road exit ramp, continue through the I-410 intersection and re-enter mainlanes at the entrance ramp before W. Military Dr.SH 151 Westbound. Traffic will be detoured to the I-410 intersection and take two left turns.
San Antonio military family’s belongings stolen in U-Haul before big move
SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio military family is working to pick up the pieces of their new life after all their belongings were stolen. The Smith family planned to move into a new home and had packed the majority of their things into a U-Haul, which was stolen. Charisse said the family still plans to make San Antonio their permanent home. Jan said despite their loss, her family remains resilient. RELATED: 1 lawn, 2 campaigns: This San Antonio family says blood is thicker than politics