There were several reader reports last night about a car striking a pedestrian last evening on Second Avenue and Ninth Street.
According to the Daily News, a 69-year-old man was crossing west on Second Avenue when a Honda Accord making a left turn from Ninth Street struck the pedestrian around 8 p.m.
Per the News:
A bicyclist riding down Second Ave. said the driver had the green light but was turning too fast to stop for the victim who was in the crosswalk.
The victim was taken to Bellevue and is reportedly in critical condition.
No charges were immediately filed against the 35-year-old motorist, according to the News.