SAN ANTONIO — A man was pinned inside his Jeep after a rollover crash just north of downtown Tuesday night.
It happened around 1:45 p.m. on Highway 281 just before the Josephine exit.
When police arrived on the scene, they found a single red Jeep Renegade on its side with one man pinned inside the vehicle.
Fire crews worked swiftly and strategically to get the pinned driver out and take him to an area hospital in non life-threatening condition.
Two other vehicles were involved in the incident, but neither the drivers nor their passengers suffered any injuries.
Traffic was completely shut down on the roadway for around 45 minutes while police investigated and worked to clear the highway of debris.
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