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Texas nursing student found dead in his car after crash had gunshot wound to head

A nursing student in Selma, Texas, was found dead in his car with a gunshot wound to his head after crashing it April 15.

Twenty-two-year-old Joseph Banales, a nursing and ROTC student at the University of the Incarnate Wold in San Antonio, was involved in a single-vehicle crash and died from a gunshot wound to the head, the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office told the San Antonio Express-News.

The medical examiner’s office determined his death to be a homicide, the San Antonio Express-News said.

Selma police were sent to investigate a single-vehicle crash around 11:45 p.m. on Interstate 35 North and found Banales in the driver’s seat unresponsive. 

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Police pronounced Banales dead with injuries to the back of his head. Witnesses told police the car Banales was driving at the time was “swerving and almost striking another vehicle.”

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His car struck the inside median and stopped, police said.

Banales was on his way home after dropping his girlfriend off after attending a military ball, KSAT-TV reported.

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An investigation is ongpoing.

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