San Antonio Police Release Woman After Hotel Blast

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

SAN ANTONIO (AP) San Antonio police have interviewed and released a woman after an explosion damaged her hotel room in a blast linked to a suspected methamphetamine lab.

Police on Wednesday said three other people who were in the room are being sought following the explosion at a Days Inn.

Two suspects ran away after Tuesday night's incident. Another person fled on a motorcycle.

San Antonio police say the woman who rented the room was located a few blocks from the hotel. She was treated for facial wounds suffered in the explosion that blew out the windows, door and front wall of the first-floor room. Her name wasn't released. She was not immediately charged.

Police believe the three suspects being sought were also hurt in the blast.

No nearby guests were injured.


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