SAN ANTONIO — Police say a fatigued driver may be to blame for a crash that pinned two people inside their vehicle late Saturday night.
It happened around 11 p.m. on the 2600 block of Rigsby near Commanche Park.
When officers got there they found a car in a ditch with two people trapped inside.
The man driving had a broken leg and his female passenger had an injury to her head, possibly a concussion.
Police said the driver was evaluated at the scene and did not show signs of intoxication.
No other injuries were reported and details remain limited.
Police had both directions of Rigsby Ave shut down while they conducted their investigation.
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