Horrors! Bronx NYPD cruiser crash injures 10 persons

Horrors! Bronx NYPD cruiser crash injures 10 persons

New footage captures the horrifying moment when an NYPD cruiser crashed into a gathering of pedestrians at a crossroads in the Bronx, injuring ten people, three of them badly.

Surveillance video from the scene prior to the crash showed a packed sidewalk in the Bronx on a warm autumn afternoon
Thursday about 3 p.m., the victims were struck at Hoe Avenue and Westchester Avenue in the Bronx. According to reports, three people have received significant injuries.

All ten injured individuals, including two police officers, have been transported to Lincoln Hospital and Jacobi Memorial Center for treatment.

A child is reportedly among the injured, and it is unknown whether the two officers brought to a hospital were in the car that crashed.

Before the incident, surveillance footage from the location showed a crowded Bronx sidewalk on a beautiful autumn afternoon.

Thursday about 3 p.m., the victims were struck at Hoe Avenue and Westchester Avenue in the Bronx.The victims were struck at Hoe Avenue and Westchester Avenue in the Bronx around 3pm Thursday afternoon

All ten victims, including two police officers, have been transported to Lincoln Hospital and Jacobi Memorial Center for treatment.

Thursday in the Bronx, an NYPD police vehicle struck 10 persons at a crossroads, leaving three of them with critical injuries.

The force of the collision destroyed a traffic light, and a walker was pictured mangled beneath the cruiser.

In addition to a bloody sheet, the front fender of the cruiser was also obviously splattered with a dark red material.A bloody sheet was also pictured at the scene, while the cruiser's front fender was also visibly smeared with a dark red substance

A horrifying image from the scene depicted a shopping cart that had been mangled by a police cruiser.

The NYPD’s head of patrol, Jeffrey B. Maddrey, stated to the media: ‘Of course we don’t want anyone to be wounded, especially when the officers were trying to do the right thing.’Witnesses rushed to help the victims after the impact

He said, “They were attempting to prevent a crime in progress and catch a criminal who was about to victimize a good person in the Bronx.”

Chief Maddrey stated, ‘They were attempting to prevent the crime, but the collision permitted the vehicle to be stolen.’

Additionally, he stated, “We didn’t even catch the individual we were hoping to capture.”One victim shown laid out on her back after the crash

As soon as the disaster occurred, our police were tasked with ensuring that all of our people were safe.

One victim is depicted lying on her back after the collision.

Witnesses rushed to assist the injured following the impact.One of the police officers who emerged from the cruiser after the attack

The NYPD’s head of patrol, Jeffrey B. Maddrey, stated to the media: ‘Of course we don’t want to see anyone wounded, especially when the officers were attempting to do the right thing.’

One of the police officers who exited the cruiser following the assault was injured.

The depiction of bystanders attempting to assist the victims of the crash

The collision occurred in front of a Bronx assisted care home.Bystanders shown attempting to help the victims of the crash

Another cop who was en route to a complaint of a car theft in progress witnessed the crime.

When contacted by DailyMail.com for comment, an NYPD official merely stated, “The inquiry is ongoing.”

The policemen’ injuries are minimal, according to the New York Daily News. When the collision occurred, they were responding to a call of a car theft in progress. The cruiser’s lights and sirens were activated.

When contacted by DailyMail.com for comment, an NYPD official merely stated, “The inquiry is ongoing.”

NBC New York said that two police officers were rushing to a theft call when their vehicle was cut off in traffic by a dark Acura sedan whose driver veered and struck bystanders on Hoe Avenue and Westchester Avenue.

The curb is near a senior living facility.The crash occurred in front of an assisted living facility in the Bronx

The oldest victim is 65 years old, while the youngest is only five years old. Two-year-old child was in the car that cut off the police officers.

A witness, 42-year-old Nelson Quinones, told the New York Times that one of the victims was an older man known for wearing red clothing. According to Quinones, he witnessed a young girl being struck by the cruiser.

He continued, ‘It was really insane how the police handled that.’Another of the officers who was en route to a call about a car theft in progress

After being impaled on a pole, the NYPD vehicle’s front was depicted in photographs taken at the scene.

Chuck Robinson, an additional witness, told the Daily News that the police car was fast.

It struck a woman with a child on the corner. She was pinned to the wall in front of the camera.

The police vehicle then struck a woman with a walker and knocked down a man exiting the premises. Another woman walking on the sidewalk was also struck,’ he added.

Robinson also stated, “The mother was on the ground and chest compressions were being administered.”

The elderly man was attempting to stand, but was covered in blood.

In the aftermath of the collision, a witness can be heard saying, ‘Yo, what are you doing?’ the newspaper reported. Who’s the driver? Who in the hell is driving? Avoid moving her! Please do not move her!’

Locals watch as police investigate the horrific crash’s aftermath.

The automobile was speeding to a larceny call when it was blocked off in traffic, causing the driver to veer and hit bystanders on Hoe Avenue and Westchester Avenue.

This afternoon, an NYPD patrol cruiser smashed through an intersection in the Bronx, leaving at least 10 people, including a child, critically injured.

 

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