Westbury, N.Y. – Bicyclist Injured by Driver Who then Fled Scene on Brush Hollow RoadRobert A. Solomon, P.C.
Westbury, N.Y. (June 12, 2019) – A bicyclist was left injured and hospitalized after they were hit by a vehicle that did not stop at the accident, according to police. The New York pedestrian accident occurred on Tuesday, around 9:40 p.m., on Brush Hollow Road.
Authorities report that the driver of the unidentified vehicle involved in the hit-and-run accident hit the bicyclist before driving away, leaving the bicyclist injured. Emergency crews arrived on-scene of the accident, where medics took the bicyclist to a nearby hospital while police searched the area for the vehicle. Police have not found the driver as of this article’s posting.
The bicyclist was treated for minor injuries at the hospital. It is not clear whether or not the bicyclist was released following this care of what their status is as of this article’s posting. Police are still investigating the accident.
Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Accidents
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