SAN ANTONIO, TX – A major tractor crash could have left one woman in serious condition had it not been for the swift action of the San Antonio firefighters. Moreover, the woman who has yet to be identified, crashed into a SAWS tractor overnight. However, firefighters arrived just in time to pull her out. Additionally, the woman suffered some major injuries, but according to the San Antonio Police, it could have been much worse.
Furthermore, the tractor crash occurred just after 1:30 a.m. on Thursday. Firefighters were called to De Zavala Road and Mountain Air, just west of Interstate 10. There, is where they discovered a woman pinned in her vehicle.
According to police, the woman slammed into the back of a SAWS tractor. The reasons are still unclear. However, firefighters and emergency crews were able to quickly remove the woman from her vehicle right before it caught on fire.
As a result, the woman was taken to University Hospital for treatment. Officials report that she is currently in stable condition and will make a full recovery in time. However, authorities are still withholding her name and age for purposes that have not been disclosed yet.
According to San Antonio police officials, there have been no other reported injuries at this time.