Four people injured, driver facing possible charges in NW San Antonio accident
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Four people were injured and a driver is facing possible charges following a collision earlier tonight in northwest San Antonio, according to KSAT.
The accident occurred near the intersection of Bandera Road and Camino Bandera at about 7 p.m., when a driver did not yield for another.
One driver was treated at the scene for minor wounds.
The other driver sustained head wounds during the accident and was brought to the hospital for treatment.
Two passengers were taken to the same hospital for the treatment of minor injuries.
The driver who did not yield the right of way is facing possible charges of possession of narcotics and driving while intoxicated. Their identity was not immediately released.
Authorities continue to investigate the collision at this time.
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