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Poor Visibility Results in Multiple Accidents in San Antonio

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Jarod Cassidy4 years ago

Both directions of Interstate 37 have been closed between Loops 1604 and 410 in San Antonio, Texas following a series of collisions around 9 a.m. Thursday.

About the San Antonio Accidents

  • According to the San Antonio Express-News, both directions of Interstate 37 will remain closed for several hours following a series of unrelated auto accidents.
  • Roughly 30 vehicles, including one tractor-trailer, were involved in crashes beginning around 9 a.m. Thursday when dense fog resulted in limited visibility.
  • As a result of the accidents, eight people have been transported to nearby hospitals. Deputies are currently clearing the scene.
  • It is currently unclear when the highway will be reopened.

San Antonio Auto Accident Statistics

  • In 2011, Texas recorded 294,661 auto accident across the state with 28,212 (9.57%) taking place in Bexar County.
  • As a result of these accidents, San Antonio recorded 111 deaths, 3,455 serious injuries and 12,227 other injuries.
  • The records indicated that San Antonio also recorded more drunk driving accidents than any other Texas city with a total of 1,771 drunk driving collisions resulting in 45 deaths and over 900 injuries.
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