Grant City, Staten Island, NY – One Injured Following Pedestrian Accident with Vehicle
Grant City, Staten Island, NY (December 7, 2018) – A pedestrian accident was reported to have happened on Staten Island Thursday morning, December 6. Authorities responded to the accident which was stated to have occurred at approximately 6:00 a.m. at an intersection in Grant City.
According to local authorities, an unidentified person had been walking in the area of Richmond Road and Lincoln Avenue when they were struck by a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle likely remained at the scene in order to cooperate with authorities since there has been no mention of a hit-and-run.
No further details have been provided and police are likely to be involved in an investigation into the events that led to this incident.
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