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SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A woman is dead after a fiery, early morning crash on the North Side.

San Antonio Police say the crash happened at around 3 a.m. Thursday morning on the ramp connecting Highway 281 and Northwest Loop 410.

Investigators say a vehicle being driven by Eden Nuval, 76, rolled over several times after it was hit by a Ford Bronco. The person driving the Bronco ran away from the scene before it burst into flames, but police have yet to find that driver.

Nuval was rushed to a nearby hospital where she died soon after arriving. Another person involved in the crash was also hospitalized.

Police say when they locate the driver of the Bronco, they will be charged with failure to stop and render aid resulting in death.

ORIGINAL STORY

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Two people have been hospitalized following a fiery crash on Interstate 281.

Police say the crash happened at around 3 a.m. Friday near the 281 Loop 410 West interchange.

Officers are still investigating how the crash happened but what they do know is that two vehicles were invloved. One of them rolled over several times, the other burst into flames.

Police say two people in the rolled vehicle are in the hospital. One of them is in critical condition while the other is said to be in stable condition.

Meanwhile, whoever was in the vehicle that caught fire got out of the car and ran off. They haven’t been located.

The crash caused the closure of the on-ramp from 281 Northbound from Loop 410.

We will provide updates on the impact the crash is having on traffic at our traffic page.

Additional reporting by KTSA’s Christian Blood 

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