Police Investigating Crash on I-684
On April 13, the New York State Police from the Somers barracks was investigating a motor vehicle crash that happened on Interstate 684 near Exit 6.
The preliminary report suggests that it happened at around 12:20 in the afternoon. Zhi R. Ding, age 71, of Queens, was using the median shoulder of the interstate to change a tire on his Jeep. He was being helped by his passenger Xian Yansheng. A Honda Civic being driven by Mark Manzi, 33, of Harrison, NY, left the road and hit Ding and his vehicle.
Both Ding and Yansheng had to be taken to Westchester Medical Center. Ding’s injuries were considered to be serious.
This is all that is known at this time about the accident. It is not known whether or not charges will be pressed or arrests will be made.
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