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A Man is Hospitalized After Hit-and-Run in Harlem

A Man is Hospitalized After Hit-and-Run in Harlem

A man has been hospitalized in East Harlem after a hit-and-run accident left him injured. The incident occurred on April 6, 2018. A man was struck by a driver on Friday morning, according to police and fire officials.

He was hit while in the intersection of East 97th Street and First Avenue, and it is said that the accident happened at about 8:30 in the morning. This information comes from an NYPD spokeswoman. The driver who hit the man fled the scene and has not yet been identified or apprehended.

The victim suffered injuries and was taken from the scene to New York Presbyterian Hospital, the spokeswoman also explained. He is expected to survive.

This is a developing story. If new information about the identity of the victim or the driver is released, we will update you on this story. As of now, these are the only details known about this incident.

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