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"My life and my children’s lives were ruined by a reckless decision of the driver," said widow Sasha Hanegby in her victim impact statement. "In one minute, our happy family unit was torn apart."
A trial for the driver who killed Heather Lough outside the NY Botanical Garden has been delayed four months.
The NYPD has changed its story about a Midwood traffic collision that left a pedestrian with four broken ribs and a broken leg.
Video of the collision shows the driver turning directly into the woman, who was in the crosswalk and appeared to have the right of way.
An elderly woman was fatally struck by an MTA bus driver as she crossed East Houston Street shortly before 10 a.m. today.
Lee "loved tennis and Barbra Streisand, Paris and Phoenix, beaches and lakes... but nothing could compare with her love for her family."
Right-of-way through the duration of the flashing red hand.
Heather Lough, 29, is remembered as an "aspiring scientist, artist, and caregiver of all beings" who "loved the planet and loved people."
The driver said the cyclist ran a red light.
Or when the red hand is flashing.
"There's no evidence that police action was warranted in this instance."
Paul Roper, 48, is charged with felony leaving the scene of a collision involving death, failure to yield to a pedestrian, and failure to exercise due care.
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