Car Strikes and Pins Pedestrian in Midtown Manhattan
Manhattan, NY – A 57-year-old woman was pinned by a car on Second Avenue and East 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan on August 19. Reports from authorities say that a group of good samaritans rushed to the aid of the trapped pedestrian lifting the car away from her unconscious body. Two patients, including the female victim, were rushed to New York-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medical Center.
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