Woman allegedly sets boyfriend’s car on fire at Southside motel
SAN ANTONIO, TX – A woman and her boyfriend in a south San Antonio neighborhood were sent to the hospital after she allegedly set his car on fire overnight, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
The incident occurred around midnight at 2700 Roosevelt Avenue, where the El Tejas Motel is located.
According to authorities, the couple was having an argument that led her to use an accelerant, lighting his car on fire. The boyfriend was burned in the process.
Both people were brought to the hospital following the incident.
At this time, an investigation is still pending, and there are no charges that have been filed.
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