The British tourist who lost her foot after a taxi cab jumped a Midtown curb and struck her in August is suing the city, court records show.
Sian Green, 23, of Leicester, England was struck when the taxi jumped a curb at Sixth Ave near Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20. She was rushed into surgery, but doctors couldn’t save her left foot.
It’s known as the city that never sleeps, but what happens when visiting and living in New York City seems more like a nightmare?
Sian Green, the tourist who lost her foot when a cab jumped the curb and slammed into her in Midtown, has returned home to the U.K.
Following the horrific taxi crash this week that ripped off the foot of a British tourist from Midtown, the union representing cab drivers has called for tighter regulations on bike messengers.
Mohammed Himon spoke to reporters Fridays outside Bellevue Hospital, where 23-year-old Sian Green is recovering.
The cab driver who plowed into and seriously injured a British tourist said he needs “a more suitable job.”
Sian Green was enjoying her first day in New York when the cab jumped the curb near Radio City Music Hall and plowed directly into her, severing her left foot and seriously damaging her right leg.