Pedestrian couple struck near St. Mary’s University

A couple attempting to cross a street near St. Mary’s University in San Antonio was struck by a driver late Saturday night, according to the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD). The incident took place at the intersection of NW 36th St. and Lark Avenue on the west side around 9:30 p.m. Reports of a motor vehicle versus pedestrian accident prompted the police response.

At the scene, authorities stated that a man and a woman were hit by a driver while crossing NW 36th. The driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with the police investigation.

The couple was immediately transported to the hospital for medical treatment. The woman’s condition is critical, while the man is in stable condition. Thankfully, no other injuries were reported in connection with the incident.

According to the driver, he did not see the couple as he was driving. SAPD is continuing its investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding the accident.

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