Posted on Saturday, November 10th, 2018 at 4:44 am
Selden, NY (November 9, 2018) – According to police, a man who has had his license suspended 22 times in the past was involved in a hit-and-run accident Thursday night, November 8. The accident was stated to have taken place on the Long Island Expressway at a time that was not specified.
Authorities reported that the motorist, identified as Richard Mouzakes, rear-ended another driver on the expressway near Exit 52 and then fled the scene. Another driver who witnessed the incident followed Mouzakes and was able to assist the police in locating the suspect.
The driver of the car that was struck likely suffered at least minor injuries as the police and emergency medical personnel responded to the scene. However, neither the identity nor the extent of injuries suffered have been made available. Police were able to apprehend Mouzakes as they located him while he was attempting to repair his vehicle on Middle Country Road in Selden.
No further details have been provided at this time.
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