Man Seriously Injured after Being Hit by Police Car
Posted By David Hernandez || June 2, 2014
Pedestrian accidents are a serious issue in Brooklyn as well as across the entire state. A recent pedestrian accident that caught media attention occurred in Yonkers, New York, last month as a radio patrol car left a pedestrian with broken bones and internal injuries.
According to a report from lohud.com, the police cruiser was transporting two prisoners to the city jail when it hit a 58-year-old Yonkers man.
At the time of the accident, the police cruiser (belonging to the 4 th Precinct ) was driving south on Nepperhan Avenue at Lake Avenue around 9 p.m. The vehicle collided with the pedestrian who was crossing said street. Investigators are currently trying to determine how the collision occurred specifically, whether the car hit the pedestrian or whether the pedestrian walked into the car.
This is not the first time Yonkers police officers have been connected to an alleged pedestrian accident; in January 2012, another women was allegedly hit by a Yonkers police car.
From all of the Brooklyn pedestrian accident injury attorneys at the Law Offices of David J. Hernandez & Associates, we wish rapid healing and a full recovery for the injured victim. Pedestrian accidents often leave victims with severe injuries that affect every facet of their life, including their career, finances, physical health, emotional health, and personal relationships.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident, the best thing you can do is contact an experienced New York personal injury attorney for guidance.