Four People Injured in Bronx Car Accident

Posted on Nov 07, 2011

Two cars collided in the East Tremont section of the Bronx last month, leaving four people injured. This New York City car crash occurred shortly before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 near the intersection of Marmion Avenue and East 175th Street.

According to accident witnesses, one of the cars went through a stop sign and crashed into the other car. One of the cars then hit a nearby building.

No pedestrians or people inside the building were reported to be injured. However, three people in one of the cars and one person in the other car were injured and were transported to the hospital. Reports of the accident indicate that three people had to be cut out of one of the vehicles and they were all taken to Saint Barnabas Hospital.

Witnesses report that one of the injured women was bleeding from the mouth and a child had a leg stuck in the backseat of the car. None of the four people who were hurt are believed to have sustained life threatening injuries in this Bronx car accident.

Police have not yet told the media the results of their investigation. We wish everyone injured in this New York City car accident a full and fast recovery.

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