Manhattan, NY (January 25, 2023) – Officials in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan responded to the site of an auto-pedestrian collision involving a taxi cab that left one person injured. Authorities say that the crash took place on Wednesday morning, January 25th, at the intersection of West 118th Street and Lenox Avenue.
At around 9:50 a.m., reports provided by officials showed that an unidentified pedestrian was walking in the vicinity of the junction when they were hit for uncertain reasons by a local taxi. EMTs immediately accompanied other emergency crews at the crash site after authorities were called by an unknown person.
Upon arrival at the scene, responders located the injured pedestrian in the roadway. The patient was helped and ultimately taken to a local medical facility for further treatment.
The current condition of the victim has not been confirmed at this time, and no additional details have been made available.
Authorities are actively investigating the events that led to the crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
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