San Antonio – Neighbors living along East Southcross, where an SUV crashed into a house overnight and injured a child, are hoping police will speed up speeding.
Both the driver, who was pushed out of the SUV, and the 9-year-old child were taken to hospital in critical condition.
“I just heard a loud bang and then a loud scream,” said one of the neighbors, who asked not to be identified. “Then I was saddened to see the little boy drying himself in bed. “He was crying, shouting on the shoulder of his hand, but they would not let him move because they did not know how badly he was injured.”
Another victim, who asked not to be identified, said the glass in her house had shattered.
“His bumper flew out of my bedroom window,” he said. “I was lying down. The glass got me. I rolled over and fell to the floor. “Injure my wrist, and then I ran to check on my daughter.”
He said that when he ran outside, he saw the driver lying in his yard, but his biggest fear was the fear of seeing the neighbor.
“He could barely move but did not speak,” he said. “Then my neighbor came out crying, ‘My children. My babies. ” He hugged me and I grabbed him, I’m like. “Where are your babies?” He said. “Right there.” “When I looked, I could only see that their heads were crying, they could hardly move.”
The victims said they thought it could have been avoided if security measures had been taken.
“I have been living here for several years, this is the third time this has happened,” said one of the victims. “The other two times one died. Thank you for making these babies safe. The mother had just picked up her baby from the crib until the truck crashed. ”
They said they hoped the city would look for ways to protect those living near the curve.
“In another neighborhood, I saw a sign that I thought said the best,” said one of the residents. “Drive the way your children live here.” There has to be something like a barrier that can stop such an accident from happening, because people walk around that curve so fast, they don’t even think about the people who live here. We also need to have more patrols than there is. They have to be on patrol down here, և they have to be on patrol there. That’s funny. “
The chairman of the 3rd council of the district, Phyllis Viagran, spread this announcement in response to the concerns of its residents.
“It simply came to our notice then. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. I will pursue Chief McManus աշխատանք in public affairs as we continue to explore this issue. Drivers, please be vigilant on the road to ensure the safety of others and yourself. I would like to make sure residents know that District 3 City Hall takes place on Saturday, July 31, at 9 a.m. at Hangar 9, Brooks University. We will make sure that the neighbors know who to contact, that city councils can help find the best solutions to such issues. ”
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