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No criminality suspected

A cyclist was killed after being struck by a truck driver in Maspeth on Wednesday morning.
The van driver who fatally ran over a pedestrian crossing Elizabeth Street yesterday was released by the NYPD without so much as a summons.
Relatives of victims begged for change.
Despite evidence that Lefevre and his bike were dragged some 70 feet by the driver, Leonardo Degianni—who sped away without stopping—Lefevre's family and attorney have been unable to get to that bicycle.
The driver of an SUV reportedly lost control of his vehicle Sunday night, plowing through the side of an East Flatbush Popeyes and injuring three customers.
November saw more cyclist and pedestrian deaths than any month since January of 2012.
Despite recent attempts at reform and rebranding, the Collision Investigation Squad's success rate in bringing charges against drivers hasn't changed in the past ten years.
A 16-year-old girl who was headed home from work at Dylan's Candy Store on the Upper East Side was fatally struck by the driver of a tractor-trailer truck as she crossed Third Avenue last night.
A woman was hit first by a westbound livery cab on East 125th Street, then another traveling east.
A 16-year-old girl was killed yesterday when she was struck by a car while crossing the street in in the Bronx, and two other pedestrians are listed in stable condition at nearby hospitals.
The Oyamadas are suing the city for $8 million, and they're demanding the NYPD disclose any surveillance tapes or other evidence they're withholding from the night of the crash.
In the span of four weeks, five motorists collided with pedestrians on the sidewalks of New York City, killing three and severely injuring two others. No criminality was suspected.
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