3 injured when dump truck slams into San Antonio gas station

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Three people were injured yesterday when a dump truck collided with a gas station in the Randolph Hills area of northeast San Antonio.

News4SA reports that the incident happened at a Shell station near the intersection of I-35 and O’Connor Road at about 10:30 a.m. Monday. The driver of the dump truck, which was transporting paving material, said the vehicle’s brakes failed as he exited the highway. The truck slammed into another commercial vehicle, pushing it into the gas station’s storefront.

While the dump truck’s driver was initially able to walk away from the wreck under his own power, he was eventually taken to an area hospital with serious injuries to his arm.

Two other people were also hurt in the crash. No details about their identities or injuries have been released at this time.

We will provide updates if possible.

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