Staten Island, NY – Pedestrian Accident on Hylan Boulevard Causes Injuries
Staten Island, NY (April 13, 2019) – On Thursday, around 8:00 p.m., police responded to the scene of a Hylan Boulevard to find that a pedestrian accident had occurred.
At the time, a pedestrian was struck crossing the street at Hylan Boulevard in Eltingville when a motorist failed to yield. Police say that the 34-year-old male driver was struck in the crosswalk by a Nissan making a left-hand turn from the intersection with Richmond Avenue.
The pedestrian received shoulder and upper arm injuries and was transported to the Staten Island University Hospital in Ocean Breeze.
The pedestrian had been walking with another person at the time. Police are still investigating.
Pedestrian Accidents in New York
Our most genuine sympathies are fully extended to the victim who was seriously injured in this accident, with the hopes that he will receive a full recovery. Pedestrians in New York face many challenges, especially in city settings and other areas where traffic is an immense issue. Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable parties on our roads with few protections from harm. Moving forward after your New York pedestrian accident, you might have questions about your case. We are here for you.
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