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In Bronx, Hutchinson Parkway Reopened

In Bronx, Hutchinson Parkway Reopened

In Bronx, Hutchinson Parkway Reopened

An accident that happened on April 4 in the Bronx led to Hutchinson Parkway being closed for a time.

The NYPD have said that a New York City Department of Transportation worker was hit in the area at around 10:30 a.m. The man who was hit was George Staab, a 57-year-old resident of Long Island. He was taken to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. Sadly, he was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The driver of the vehicle stayed at the scene of the accident and was treated at the same hospital for minor injuries.

The parkway was shut down by police at Bartow Avenue between Exits 5 and 4N. The police investigated the scene while the parkway was shut down.

While the investigation was taking place, southbound traffic was backed up for many miles.

If there are any updates on this accident and the details of what happened, we will keep you posted. So far, this is all that is known about the accident.

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