Pedestrian to be Amputated After SUV Pins Him Into Store
Harlem, NYC – A 60-year-old male pedestrian is about to be amputated in one of his legs, according to the doctors, after being pinned between a Honda SUV and a store at 135th Street and Broadway in Harlem on Sunday. The SUV veered off the road from a collision and crashed into a bodega store, pinning the victim and shattering his legs.
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