SAN ANTONIO, TX — A driver crashed into a pole outside of the UT Health Science center in San Antonio.
According to KSAT, the driver first arrived late Wednesday night at the UT Health Science Center at Babcock Road and Louis Pasteur Drive and was looking to be admitted for chest pains. After being refused treatment, he left the hospital and hit a curb at a high rate of speed. He then crashed into two utility poles before exiting his vehicle and walking around outside of the hospital. He was finally admitted for the minor injuries received in the crash and the chest pains he was experiencing.
SAPD have not yet announced whether the man will face any criminal charges.
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