Highway reopens after woman is struck by SUV on Loop 410 SB near Bandera Road

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Major crash reported on Loop 410 SB near Bandera Road; 2 lanes closed, police say (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police have reopened the highway following a major crash that closed parts of Loop 410 southbound near Bandera Road on the city’s Northwest Side early Wednesday morning.

The crash happened around 6 a.m.

According to police, the driver of a sport utility vehicle says he was traveling southbound past Bandera Road when a vehicle in front of him suddenly swerved. That’s when, police say, the driver struck a woman who was standing on the highway.

Police said the driver’s SUV was then hit from behind by another vehicle. The driver lost control, went off the highway before finally coming to a rest on the access road.

A KSAT 12 crew at the scene spotted the vehicle that ended up on the southbound access road between Bandera Road and Ingram.

The vehicle that struck the SUV sped off without stopping, police said. That driver has not been found.

The woman who was struck was able to get up and walk, but she did go to a hospital by ambulance to be checked out, police said.

A vehicle ended up on the SB access road between Bandera and Ingram. The crash appears to have happened just past Bandera on the main lanes of SB 410. (KSAT)

SAPD says they are still advising drivers to avoid the area if possible, as traffic has slowed in the area.

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About the Authors:

Ben Spicer is a digital journalist who works the early morning shift for KSAT.

Steven Cavazos is a traffic anchor and general assignments reporter on weekday mornings at KSAT 12. He is also part of the Solutionaries team. He has deep South Texas roots: born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley, graduated from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and worked in Harlingen and Corpus Christi before coming to KSAT 12 in 2019.