Police search for driver who injured two motorcyclists

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Officers from the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) are searching for a driver who ran two motorcyclists off the road during a road rage accident.

According to News 4 San Antonio, the crash occurred at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 27. Two motorcyclists, one in their 20s and the other in their 30s, were traveling north on Cypress Street. As they approached McCullough Avenue, a driver in a pickup truck drove aggressively towards them.

The truck hit the back of the motorcycles, pushing them off the road and causing them to crash into a pole. The pickup truck driver then left the scene of the accident. The cyclists told the police they believe road rage caused the accident.

Firefighters on the scene report that both motorcyclists were wearing helmets at the time of the crash. One cyclist sustained minor injuries and was treated on the scene of the accident. The second cyclist suffered severe injuries and was rushed to University Hospital for treatment. The police reported that the victim’s injuries were serious but not life-threatening.

SAPD officers are still searching for the driver who caused the accident.

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