SAN ANGELO, TX — A crash on S. Bryant Tuesday evening begged the question: How does a vehicle flip upside down in a crash there? The posted speed limit was 40 mph. However, at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night, March 2, a black SUV rolled over and ended upside down in the middle of San Angelo’s busiest roadway.
Just before the crash, according to police, the Black SUV was headed south on S. Bryant. At the intersection of Avenue N, the black SUV made a left turn across the northbound lanes of Bryant to travel east on Avenue N. Just as the black SUV was crossing the northbound lanes, a white SUV traveling north on Bryant was entering the Avenue N intersection at the same time. The two SUVs collided with enough force to flip the black SUV inside down in the roadway.
Police said all occupants of both vehicles complained of injuries. We believe all were rushed to Shannon Medical Center. At the scene 15 minutes later when we arrived, we did not see any drivers or occupants of the vehicles milling around like usual.