Family of 10 survives nightmare rollover accident
SAN ANTONIO- A school supplies trip turned into a nightmare for one local family who was involved in a rollover crash on Tuesday.
"All I remember is us flipping say 5 or 6 times and seeing my kids rolling around," said Celia Espinoza.
Police say a man driving a truck may have been purposely trying to hit cars on SW Military Drive near Bynum Avenue.
"My dad could have died, my mom could've died, my brothers, everybody could've died," said Diamond Santana.
The family's Suburban with 8 children inside was hit.
The SUV flipped multiple times, some of then children were ejected from the vehicle.
Eleven year old Diamond Santana desperately tried to save her brothers and sisters from flying out the window.
"All I saw was my sister, she flew out and all of my other sisters and I was trying to grab them," said Santana.
The youngest child ejected from the SUV was a 3-month-old boy.
"It was just really hard for us to keep calm at the time, just hurting and I shouldn't have went through that," said Fernando Flores.
The entire family survived the crash. Their injuries range from broken bones to scrapes and bruises.
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