Man injured in car fire in Southside

SAN ANTONIO, TX – a woman lit a car on fire on Sunday night, seriously injuring her boyfriend in the vehicle.

Around midnight on May 17, a woman in her 40’s set fire to her boyfriend’s car near 2700 Roosevelt Avenue. CBS 12 reports that the couple was heard fighting in their motel room before the man left the building and got into his car. The woman allegedly used an accelerant to set the car on fire, while her boyfriend was still inside.

The man sustained burn injuries from the fire. Police officers on the scene rushed the man to Brook Army Medical Hospital for treatment. However, the officers report that the man is in stable condition.

The woman who started the fire was detained after the incident. She will remain in police custody until the end of the investigation into the fire.

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