SAN ANTONIO, TX – A car hit the back of a motorized minibike early Sunday morning, then fled the scene. According to Fox San Antonio, the accident occurred at the intersection of Amber Street and Walhalla Avenue at 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 26. At the time of the crash, a 20-year-old was riding a non-street-legal minibike without headlights, which police believe may have led to the accident.
The minibike rider broke one of his legs in the accident, and police transported him to a local hospital for treatment. Although the driver who hit the bike left the scene before police arrived, the vehicle’s license plate fell into the street along with a side mirror. Police believe they will be able to locate the suspect easily, using the information from the license plate.
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