The Bronx, NY – Fatal Pedestrian Accident Deemed Hit-and-Run on Austin Place
Posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2019 at 1:41 pm
The Bronx, NY (June 16, 2019) – This morning, police arrived at the scene of a fatal pedestrian accident that took place at 581 Austin Place and took the life of one person.
Police said that an SUV struck a pedestrian and then fled the scene, leading to a police search for the driver who has not yet been found.
The accident took place this morning at 6:00 a.m. in the Woodstock section of the city. The pedestrian was severely injured and paramedics brought him to the Lincoln Medical Center, where he passed away due to his injuries.
Police are now searching for the driver of a green SUV in connection with the accident. Their investigation continues at this time.
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Our sincerest condolences are warmly extended to the family and friends of the pedestrian whose life was taken in this severe accident, with the hopes that their loved ones will be able to find peace and comfort at this time. It is terribly important for the family members of a pedestrian whose life was taken to know that they have many rights and protections under the law. We are here to assist you when you are feeling lost or alone and fearing the outcome of your case.
Our accident attorneys at Hach & Rose are completely committed to helping the members of our community by offering support to the many victims of these serious accidents each year. We are proud of the passion we hold in personal injury law and our desire to help many through the midst of their wrongful death claims. Contact us to find out how we can assist you at this time at 212-779-0057.
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