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Uninsured driver causes crash on Schertz Parkway

SCHERTZ, TX – An uninsured driver in a Mercury crashed into a Chevrolet on Tuesday afternoon as the Mercury driver was turning at an intersection.

The Schertz Police Department reports that the green 2003 Mercury and a black 2012 Chevrolet collided at approximately 2:20 p.m. on May 12. The 33-year-old man driving the Mercury made an unsafe turn at the intersection of Schertz Parkway and Elbel Road.

The Mercury’s front end collided with the front-left corner of the Chevrolet. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage during the crash. However, they did not require a tow truck after the accident.

Neither the 33-year-old Mercury driver nor the 33-year-old woman driving the Chevrolet was injured in the accident. A 37-year-old passenger in the Mercury was also unharmed.

The police determined that the Mercury’s driver was at fault in the accident. He also received a citation for driving without insurance.

Disclaimer: The San Antonio uninsured motorist accident attorneys at Herrman and Herrman provide up-to-date accident information to help protect our community. We hope that this article will help you stay informed and keep yourself and your loved ones safe. This article is not intended to provide medical or legal advice. If you were hurt in a car accident with an uninsured driver and need legal counsel, contact Herrman and Herrman today.