Shirley, NY – Wyandanch Man Arrested After Pedestrian Accident
Shirley, NY (December 15, 2018) – Pedestrian accidents take place every month in serious pedestrian accidents. These accidents are most likely to cause the most serious accidents and fatalities in some situations due to the fact that pedestrians are especially vulnerable on our roads.
In Shirley, a Wyandanch man was arrested for driving drunk after he struck somebody in a pedestrian accident. The accident took place last night at 11:30 p.m.
Police responded to the area of Mastic Road near Wilson Avenue. The man who was driving drunk was identified as Steven Reid, who lost control of his SUV and struck the pedestrian, then a pole. He had also been driving without a license at the time.
Reid received charges of DWI and unlicensed operation. The pedestrian received injuries and was taken to the hospital, but is expected to make a full recovery.
New York Pedestrian Accidents
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