Huntington, NY – 8-Year-Old in Serious Condition After Pedestrian Crash
Huntington, NY (November 4, 2018) – An 8-year-old child is in serious condition following a pedestrian crash that happened last night, November 3, on New York Avenue. Suffolk County Police investigated the incident.
The child was first taken to the Huntington Hospital and then hospitalized at the Cohen Children’s Medical Center in Queens. Her condition was described as critical.
She had been struck when a 1997 Ford van came barreling through the area. The driver was identified as Pedro Guerrero. Guerrero had been heading south on New York Avenue and was not injured. He stayed at the scene to speak with police.
Police temporarily closed down the Avenue in both directions to continue their investigation.
Huntington Pedestrian Accident
We would first like to extend our sincerest condolences and heartfelt prayers to those who were involved in this accident. When a pedestrian accident involves a child, you might easily find that the damages and emotions that result are life-changing and traumatic. There is nothing quite as serious and alarming as the sudden injury of a child. Pedestrian accidents are taken very seriously under New York law, which is why we want to stand by your side at this time.
At Hach & Rose, we have made it our personal responsibility to help those who have fallen victim to the reckless actions of others on New York roads. If a loved one has been involved in one of these accidents, please do not hesitate to call us at 212-779-0057 to find out what we can do for you.
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