Commack, NY – 16-Year-Old Exchange Student Injured in Pedestrian Accident
Commack, NY (December 1, 2018) – In Commack last night, November 30, a 16-year-old exchange student was seriously injured in an accident when he was crossing the street.
The 16-year-old was identified as a boy from China who is staying in the United States for studies. He may have been crossing Kings Park Road around 7:20 p.m.
The driver was identified as 69-year-old George Geevarghese, who had been driving a 2003 Jaguar at the time near Elder Drive. The teenager was quickly taken to the hospital in stable condition with a variety of serious injuries. The driver remained at the scene to cooperate with police and did not have injuries.
The investigation into the matter is ongoing.
New York Pedestrian Accidents
Firstly, we would like to extend our sincere sympathies to the teen injured in this accident. We understand that it can be difficult to face the aftermath of a serious pedestrian accident, as these are some of the most severe accidents that happen on our roads. Pedestrians are especially vulnerable in these accidents and can sustain a variety of serious injuries such as brain trauma, organ damage, broken bones, and more.
At Hach & Rose, we have adopted a personal responsibility to help those who have been affected by the reckless actions of others. We understand that you could be facing a wide variety of damages following your accident and want to stand by your side. Contact us to find out how we can help in your time of need at 212-779-0057. We are waiting to hear from you.
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