San Antonio – San Antonio police say a cyclist was hit by a car and killed while riding with a group near downtown.
The incident occurred at 1400 blocks on North St. Mary’s Street.
Around 7 pm, police said several cyclists were heading south on St. Mary’s Street. The woman leading the group was stopped waiting for other cyclists around Central Catholic High School when the vehicle jumped over the curb and hit her at “fast”.
According to police, the woman was in her 30s or 40s, but has not yet been identified.
None of the other cyclists were injured in the incident, but they saw the incident. According to police, the driver parked the car about a block away from where the woman was beaten.
According to investigators, a firefighter at a nearby station heard the collision and responded without calling, but the woman was injured and died.
A young woman, a car driver, is being detained by police who believe she showed signs of addiction at the time of the incident.
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According to San Antonio police, a cyclist collided and was killed by a car while riding with a group near downtown.
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