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Cross New York mean streets cautiously. According to studies, in New York City, with 60 pedestrian deaths, 6 of which are children, in 2015.

Studies have shown that Kings County, Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens have the highest number of pedestrian fatalities last year, when 144 people were killed in collisions with cars, according to Mean Streets 2014.Pedestrians were killed while crossing the street, struck by an MTA bus, killed while crossing an expressway, or a car jumping the curb.

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Hit by a moving vehicle in New York? If you need an experienced NY injury lawyer, please contact Ajlouny Injury Law, New York pedestrian injury / fatality lawyers today for a FREE ADVICE.  Please call 718-233-3913 so that we may protect your rights and et you the compensation you deserve.Since the beginning of 2016 there are there have been 4 hit and runs to count so far.
  • Just this Friday morning, Jan 22, 2016 12:12 pm, a 15-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition Following Williamsburg Hit-And-Run.
  • A 29-year-old man was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver while crossing northbound lanes of the FDR in Kips Bay on January 8, 2016.
  • Another hit-and-run driver careened into the Gowanus Canal on Monday, January 18, 2016, after striking another vehicle on Court Street.
  • On Thursday, officers arrested the driver of a Ryder rental truck who they say fatally struck a cyclist in Sheepshead Bay on Tuesday.
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NYC Drivers Injured 1,250 Pedestrians and Cyclists in May, and Killed Seven. Through the first five months of 2017, City Hall reported 46 pedestrians and cyclists killed by NYC motorists, and 5,577 injured, compared to 56 deaths and 5,928 injuries in the first five months of 2016.
Ten people died in New York City traffic in May, and 4,888 were injured, according to City Hall’s Vision Zero View crash data map. City Hall reported 46 pedestrians and cyclists killed by city motorists through May, and 5,577 injured, compared to 56 deaths and 5,928 injuries in the first five months of 2016.

Three motor vehicle occupants died in the city in May, according to City Hall, and 3,638 were injured.

Citywide Pedestrians Struck And Killed:
Xin Kang Wang
Alyssa Elsman
Jinhe Niu
Robert Falk
Fern Jones
Unknown male pedestrian in Manhattan

Drivers killed three seniors in May:
Xin Kang Wang, 74
Jinhe Niu, 67
Robert Falk, 89.

Citywide 857 pedestrians and 393 cyclists were reported hurt in collisions with motor vehicles.

Alyssa Elsman, an 18-year-old tourist from Michigan, was killed by Richard Rojas, who was accused of deliberately striking more than 20 people as he drove on the sidewalk on Seventh Avenue in Times Square.

Elsman’s 13-year-old sister was among the injured victims. Rojas was charged with murder for Elsman’s death, in addition to multiple counts of attempted murder and assault.

NYPD responded to Rojas’s rampage by placing barricades and other obstacles in the Seventh Avenue protected bike lane, making the street less safe for cyclists.

Jinhe Niu, 67, was killed by an SUV driver as he crossed 149th Street in Flushing, where locals say they’ve repeatedly asked the city for traffic-calming measures to slow speeding motorists. The driver who killed Niu, who was suspected to be under the influence of marijuana, was charged with manslaughter.

Cyclist Xin Kang Wang was doored on E. 20th Street in Manhattan by the passenger of a cab with New Jersey plates and knocked into the path of a TLC driver. The driver of the first cab was ticketed for discharging a driver in the painted bike lane but was not charged for violating the victim’s right of way.

Robert Falk was in the crosswalk when he was struck by a motorist making a left turn at Cross Bay Boulevard and 160th Avenue in Queens. NYPD reportedly filed no charges against the driver.

Fern Jones was hit by the driver of a private garbage truck in Greenwich Village. Reports suggested the victim was in the crosswalk and had the right of way, but NYPD filed no charges and released scant details about the crash. 

Fatal Collision –

An 89-year-old man was killed after being struck by a car in the Rockaways on May 7, police said. Robert Falk, who lived on 162nd Avenue in Jamaica, was found lying on the roadway at the intersection of Cross Bay Boulevard and 160th Avenue. The victim, who had trauma to the head, was transported to Jamaica Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on May 14.Falk was crossing Cross Bay Boulevard in the north crosswalk from west to east. At that time, a 2012 Honda Pilot, operated by a 39-year-old man, was traveling eastbound on 160th Avenue and made a left turn onto northbound Cross Bay Boulevard, striking the pedestrian with the right front bumper area and causing him to fall to the ground. No arrests were made and the investigation is ongoing.