San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident
As reported in a recent WOAI News article, the San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident on Loop 410 in San Antonio on the night of October 4th, 2013, that left a 5 year old child with serious injuries, was allegedly caused by a drunk driver.
What you need to know about the San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident.
The San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident took place on Loop 410 near Texas A&M San Antonio on the night of October 3rd, 2013. A man in his mid-thirties, who was the driver of the vehicle driving the wrong way, was taken into custody on suspicion of drunk driving. If he had been drinking he will likely face a possible DWI.
The WOAI News article states that:
The motorist drove down an embankment onto the Loop, and slammed head on into a pickup that was carrying two people. Moments later, another pickup slammed into the back of a small car that had slowed down because of the original accident.
How could a San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident affect you?
We have previously told you in our traffic ticket blog about San Antonio’s effort to reduce the number of San Antonio Wrong Way Traffic Traffic Accidents and Ticket Citations on our highways. As we have said it is important to remember that TransGuide, the people who operate the signs that alert drivers about construction, congestion, and missing individuals, logs and reports statistics on wrong-way drivers. They found that before the task force installed the flashing “Wrong Way” LED signs, there were 31 instances of wrong-way driving on 281. This was during the period between March 2011 and February 2012. From March-June of 2012, signs were installed; after that, specifically from July 2012 to January 2013, there were only 13. That’s a big difference, and a sign of success as well as fewer San Antonio Wrong-Way Traffic Ticket Citations.
Don’t fight your San Antonio Texas Wrong Way Traffic Accident and Ticket Citations alone.