Elderly Pedestrian Dies Days After Being Struck by MTA Bus in the Bronx
The Bronx, NY – An MTA bus crash in the Bronx claimed the life of an elderly pedestrian days after the incident. The 78-year-old man succumbed to severe head trauma on November 3 in Jacobi Hospital, five days after he was struck by a 2007 model MTA express bus, operated by a 45-year-old driver, on Morris Park Avenue. According to the NYPD Highway District’s Collision Investigation Squad, the victim crossed against the pedestrian light signal.
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