Two-Vehicle Accidents Leaves Pedestrian Injured
In Staten Island, a two-vehicle crash happened at the intersection of Manor Road and Schmidts Lane in Castleton Corners left one pedestrian with severe injuries. This information comes from an FDNY spokesperson.
A Mercedes-Benz was involved in this accident, and it sustained damages to its front end. A Volkswagen was also involved in the accident, and it appears it was hit on the passenger side.
The FDNY spokesperson said that a pedestrian was hit during this accident. The pedestrian was transported to Staten Island University Hospital located in Ocean Breeze.
Because of the incident, the NYPD had to direct traffic around the crash and have drivers go through a nearby parking lot.
This information is all that is known about this accident at this time. The extent of this person’s injuries is not known. The cause of the accident is also now known. If we find out any more information about this accident, we will update this story.
Have you been severely injured in a vehicle accident? If so, and if the accident was caused by someone else who was acting negligently or carelessly, you could seek monetary compensation for your injuries and other damages. If negligence can be proven, they could owe you for what happened. You will need to file a personal injury claim, and a personal injury attorney can help you.
For help with a New York claim, call Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.
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