Dongan Hills, NY – One Injured After Car Slams into Storefront in Staten Island
Dongan Hills, NY (January 9, 2019) – On Monday night, January 7, a gray Hyundai Tucson was reported to have crashed into the front of the Mathnasium Tutoring Center on Richmond Road in Dongan Hills. The crash which was stated to have resulted in the hospitalization of one person occurred at approximately 7:10 p.m.
Police responded to the call along with paramedics to evaluate the crash and attend to any victims. One person was reported to have been hurt in the accident as they were immediately taken to Staten Island University Hospital’s Ocean Breeze Campus, according to authorities.
One other person who was involved in the crash refused medical attention at the scene, and the current condition of the injured victim is unknown. Police were forced to shut down one lane of Richmond Road as crews worked to clear debris and remove the vehicle.
Authorities are currently investigating the cause of this accident.
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