(San Antonio Express-News) – Fifteen months after a terrifying vehicle accident that left him with a broken neck, traumatic brain injury and little memory of what happened, James Bryant returned to the scene on the Southeast Side looking for answers.
He walked into a restaurant across from the laundromat wall where he had crashed his Jeep Grand Cherokee on May 7, 2019, and asked an employee if she knew about the wreck.
The woman clearly remembered it as well as a good Samaritan, an unknown Hispanic woman who had stopped to help the badly injured driver and prayed with him until EMS arrived. But the man died, the restaurant worker said sadly.
“No, ma’am. I am that man,” Bryant told her, as her mouth dropped open. CONTINUE