Chinese Resto Manager Dies After Being Struck by e-Bike Rider Outside Store
Manhattan, NYC – A 71-year-old Chinese restaurant manager died after being struck by a 39-year-old electric bike rider outside the store on Amsterdam Avenue and 78th Street on April 17. The Bensonhurst man suffered head and arm injuries and was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
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