SAN ANTONIO -- Rudy Valdez says Quintana Road located on the Southwest Side is always full of speeders.
"It's been a problem for quite some time, and it's getting worse, " said Valdez.
Valdez has lived in the area for over 50 years and is the current President of the Quintana Neighborhood Association.
"The speed limit here is 35 miles per hour, but they go much faster, " said Valdez.
Earlier today, police said a truck and a Hyundai Accent collided in the 1700 block of Quintana Road just before 7:00 a.m.
The woman driving the Hyundai, who was traveling northeast on Quintana Road, told officers the truck crossed over into oncoming traffic.
The woman said she swerved but was unable to avoid colliding with the truck. The truck then continued and slammed into the Dayzee Dukes Saloon at the corner of Baker Avenue.
The woman who was driving the truck ran off after the crash. No injuries were reported.
Valdez says this morning's crash is just the latest in a series of crashes that occur along Quintana Road.
Valdez went on to say his goal is to organize his neighborhood association and present their concerns to City Council.
The neighborhood association president also wants to get a sidewalk on Quintana, since only one side of the street has one.