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MTA Bus Strikes Pedestrian in Queens

MTA Bus Strikes Pedestrian in Queens

MTA Bus Strikes Pedestrian in Queens

On March 7, 2018, a pedestrian was hit by an MTA bus. This occurrence happened on the corner of Springfield Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue. This happened on a Wednesday, according to emergency responders.

According to the police, the person was struck by an MTA bus. This happened in Queens and it occurred at around 2:45 a.m. It appears that the victim suffered an injury to their leg, and they were taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. The victim was in stable condition a few days later.

There does not appear to have been any further updates on this incident, and the current condition of the victim is not known. The specific circumstances that surrounded this incident are not known. The police responded to the incident. The police who were responded to the accident were from the New York Police Department.

If you’ve been seriously injured in a bus accident or pedestrian accident, you could have a personal injury claim. You could receive financial compensation for your injuries and other damages. Cases involving government bus agencies can be complex, but a personal injury lawyer can help with bus accident claims. If you have questions or want to know more, please contact Frekhtman & Associates today by calling (212) 222-1111.

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