'Slurpee' brain freeze blamed for 5-vehicle crash
The driver said he got a brain freeze and blacked out
SAN ANTONIO — A driver lost control of his truck and crashed it into four other vehicles on the Southwest Side Friday.
The accident happened around 2:30 p.m. Friday in the 2800 block of General Hudnell. The driver said he was drinking a "Slurpee," when he got a 'brain freeze' and blacked out. His truck went over a curb and hit four vehicles in a parking lot at an office building on Port S.A. When he came to, his foot was still on the gas pedal.
Police said the man passed a field sobriety test.