A food delivery truck hit a man and a teenage boy while crossing the street in the city center on Wednesday night, seriously injuring several, according to police.
The FreshDirect truck was heading east on 57th Street, E., shortly before 9: 55 a.m., when the driver turned left onto Park Avenue and hit a 13-year-old boy, and a 62-year-old man, dragging both of them to police sources said.
“His face was smashed in, and the bones of his legs were sticking out. The child was so bloody, that you are not able to see it, or it’s a boy or a girl,” said Donald, Gept, 48, a nearby door. “You, the people, my head was bleeding. He was in a bad state, unconscious as if to catch him in the ambulance to arrive. They were dragged away from the pedestrian walkway.”
Gepte also said that he had to help both of them.
“I said, “Lie down, lie down,” as soon as (the boy began to move, and the blood began to flow, ” he said.
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The doctors took the two of them, both of New York’s Weill Cornell Presbyterian Hospital, according to police. The boy was in a critical condition, while the adults were in critical but stable condition.
The researchers believe that the two are related, the sources said.
The driver, who remained at the scene and told police that he didn’t see it or feel it, as soon as he saw that one of them will fall to the ground once he was in the car and looked in the rearview mirror.
Two pedestrians were hit by a FreshDirect delivery truck on the road, on Wednesday, at the 57th Street subway station, Etc. The police are investigating the crash late Wednesday night.