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During the first half of this year, there were 47 fatal or near-fatal hit-and-run crashes on city streets, the highest total in any six month period since the NYPD started publishing records.
No arrests have been made in any of the cases.
"He's very friendly. He made jokes with employees. All the customers love him a lot."
The crash, which took the life of 72-year-old Bay Ridge resident Carol Langdon, occurred on a stretch of 4th Avenue that advocates and officials has long warned poses an outsized danger to pedestrians.
The two deaths come as the NYPD is facing renewed scrutiny for their enforcement against reckless drivers, after traffic deaths on city streets increased for the second straight year in 2020.
The winding stretch of Bushwick Avenue runs between industrial and increasingly residential neighborhoods, placing heavy trucks in close proximity to pedestrians and cyclists
Two pedestrians were killed by hit-and-run drivers in separate incidents in Manhattan and Queens early Monday morning, police said.
Ten pedestrians have been killed by drivers so far this year, and a total of 23 people have died in crashes.
Ok Kang, 74, was crossing Northern Boulevard—known as the 'Boulevard of Death'—when she was run over near Parsons Avenue, just outside her home, police said
A Brooklyn toddler was killed Thursday afternoon after he was struck by the driver of a commercial van in Bath Beach, Brooklyn.
Separately, a pedestrian was fatally struck on the Upper East Side on Thursday night.
Cops say Jaied Gigueroa, 2, was crossing Junction Boulevard at Northern Boulevard with his mother last night when the driver fatally struck him.
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