61-Year-Old Bronx Man Dies After Clinging to his Life from Hit-and-Run Motorcycle Crash
Bronx, NY – A 61-year-old man died three months after clinging to his life from a hit-and-run motorcycle crash. The Bronx man was pronounced deceased on January 15 in St. Barnabas Hospital after struggling for his life from being struck by a motorcyclist who has not been caught. The unfortunate incident happened at around 9:10 p.m. on October 3 when a speeding Suzuki GSXR-600 motorcycle hit him while crossing W. Burnside Avenue in University Heights. The biker did not stop and left the victim with head and body injuries.
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