A pedestrian remains in critical condition after being hit by a truck in Midtown early Saturday morning.
A pedestrian was killed Friday night After being struck by a car, shortly after 9 p.m. in Suffolk County.
Police said the victim was crossing the Bruckner Expressway when he was struck by a Toyota traveling eastbound. As the driver pulled over, an eastbound BMW struck the pedestrian a second time.
The vehicle struck the man running the truck, circled back, goes through the gas station again, and hits the woman running the truck.
Two EMS workers and two passengers in the van were hospitalized.
Following nearly 100 pedestrian deaths on roads in New Jersey last year and 81 so far this year, law enforcement officials have been cracking down on pedestrian law violations.
A Hunter College study reveals that over 60 percent of Manhattan cyclists failed to obey a red light. CBS 2’s Tony Aiello takes a closer look at the city’s “bike bedlam.”