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BREAKING: Child Struck By Car On Avenue Y, East 19th Street


A child was struck by a car at approximately 3:00 p.m. today while crossing Avenue Y at East 19th Street, reports tipster Allan Shweky.

A witness told Shweky that the boy was crossing from the south side and was hit by a vehicle going eastbound.

It’s unclear how severe his injuries are. It’s also unknown if he is a student at P.S. 254 Dag Hammarskjold elementary school, located right across the street.

This is a breaking news story and may contain inaccuracies. We will update it as more information becomes available. If anyone has more information or additional photos, please send them to tips (at) sheepsheadbites (dot) com.

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  1. hope everything is ok. either the boy ran through the middle of the street without looking, or the driver was going at 65 mph. i used to live just a block from there and i lost count of the total number of accidents happening around there. 

  2. Hope the kid is ok…the drivers need to watch how they’re driving ESPECIALLY around a school….probably busy texting or on the phone…

  3. Maybe the kid was too busy texting, not paying attention, and not crossing at the corner.  It’s not always the drivers fault!

  4. True, but I’ve seen the speed of cars going down Avenue Y. They should observe the speed limit, even if there are pedestrians darting around. It’s not a question of “I was right, they were wrong”, it’s a question of maybe avoiding an accident.

  5. it looks like it’s in the middle of the block, which means he J Walked in the middle of it to cross the street…. hope he’s gonna be ok.

    I once almost hit a dumb ass mexican woman on the phone with a baby carriage crossing the street in the middle when it was my green light…. People are hazardous to themselves .

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