San Antonio, TX – Two People Killed in Crash on Southcross Blvd

San Antonio, TX – Two People Killed in Crash on Southcross Blvd

San Antonio, TX (November 30, 2020) – An automobile accident reported in the San Antonio area claimed the life of two victims. At approximately 6:30 p.m., on November 27, the San Antonio Police Department and emergency crews responded to the site of a major automobile collision on Southcross Boulevard.

Reports from authorities show that a silver SUV was traveling east on Southcross Boulevard when it crashed into a gray sedan head-on in the 3700 block of the roadway.

The driver of the SUV and their passenger, a 3-year-old child, were both killed in the crash. The driver of the sedan, a 48-year-old woman, was rushed to a local hospital for the treatment of injuries. At this time, the crash remains under investigation.

Our thoughts are with the woman injured in this accident.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the families of the victims who lost their lives in this accident.

Fatal Car Accidents in Texas

San Antonio, TX – Two People Killed in Crash on Southcross BlvdEvery year, more than 17,500 people are seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents throughout the state of Texas. Head-on collisions place victims at an increased risk for suffering life-altering injuries due to the direct impact of these accidents. Here in Texas, a large percentage of accidents are caused by drivers who disregard stop signs and traffic signals at intersections. These accidents not only leave victims to deal with mental and physical consequences, but the financial impacts of lost wages, medical treatment, and vehicle repairs often extend to the entire family of each victim.

Many victims injured in car accidents require hospitalization and extensive medical treatment for their injuries. Thousands of people are left permanently impaired as a result of their injuries and are forced to deal with ongoing pain and suffering. Regrettably, many victims never overcome their injuries. In fact, more than 3,600 people end up passing away each year due to Texas traffic collisions. Although there is no amount of compensation that can make us whole again after losing a loved one, working with a wrongful death attorney in South Texas can help families obtain the compensation they need to cope with the financial burdens they face after an unexpected loss.

Corpus Christi personal injury attorney Joe Brad Brock has nearly three decades of experience helping families throughout Texas protect their legal rights after losing loved ones in avoidable accidents. Our team provides aggressive and responsive legal guidance to ensure grieving families are able to maximize their recoveries and move forward after losing a loved one in a workplace accident. If your loved one lost their life in an accident on the job, contact our personal injury law firm in South Texas at (361) 884-1086 to see how we can help you.

Note: These posts are written with the use of outside sources.  These outside sources include but are not limited to news reports, police reports, police news bulletins, social media posts, eyewitness accounts about accidents in Texas. For this reason, the information provided in this post has not been verified independently by members of our firm or writing team. If you discover any information that is not correct in our post, contact our firm and we will make every effort to correct the information to ensure that our post reflects the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: We take pride in being valued members of the local business community in Corpus Christi and are always striving to improve the safety of our fellow community members. While we are always saddened to know that someone was injured in an accident, attorney Joe Brad Brock hopes that through awareness and education, people will take the necessary precautions to avoid being injured in a serious accident like this. The information contained in these posts should not be considered legal advice or medical advice.  This post is not a solicitation for business and should not be viewed as such. The photos used in this post are not representative of the actual crash scene.