Person cut from vehicle by firefighters after two-car crash

SAN ANTONIO, TX. – San Antonio firefighters were forced to use the Jaws of Life tool to cut a person out of a car after a major two-car crash in San Antonio.

According to News 4 SA, the two-car crash occurred at the intersection of S. General McMullen Drive and Meneffe Boulevard just before 11:00 p.m. last Thursday. According to sources, a blue car was struck by a black truck at the intersection. The black pickup truck reportedly turned on an unprotected arrow, meaning the driver was supposed to yield to oncoming traffic.

Both vehicles were significantly damaged in the collision, and three people were transported to the hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Were you hurt in an accident caused by another driver’s failure to yield the right-of-way? If so, you could be owed significant compensation if the other party failed to observe the rules of the road. Contact an experienced San Antonio car accident lawyer at Herrman & Herrman by calling (877) 714-0256 or by filling out an online contact form to schedule a free case evaluation today. Our team of skilled attorneys will be ready to help you understand your rights and legal options, so reach out to us now.

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