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SAN ANTONIO — A woman was killed Thursday morning and another person was left injured following a fiery crash in west San Antonio, officials say.Just after 1 a.m., San Antonio Police and the San Antonio Fire Department responded to Highway 151 and Loop 410 for a fiery crash

READ MORE: Woman dead, another person injured after fiery crash in west San Antonio

Amid multiple news reports this week connecting him with an apparent hit-and-run incident over the weekend, San Antonio City Councilman Clayton Perry said in a statement that he was “fully cooperating with everyone to resolve it properly.”Perry, who represents District 10 and has been a member of City Council since June 2017, said he was in a Sunday car crash and “don’t really remember it” due to injuries.

Meanwhile, San Antonio City Council has scheduled a censure and vote of no confidence of Councilman Mario Bravo.

The vote follows an investigation into Councilman Bravo’s behavior before a city council meeting on September 15.

READ MORE: Mayor responds to reports connecting city councilman to hit-and-run accident

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