The intersection of Bushwick Avenue and Japanese Parkway the place a hit-and-run driver fatally struck a pedestrian on Nov. 9.
A person died from his injuries Friday after he was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn 10 days earlier, in line with police.
Flatbush resident Christopher Marshall, 39, was crossing a harmful part of Japanese Parkway at Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick on Nov. 9 at 6:05 a.m.
The pedestrian gentle was on, however the motorist turned left from Bushwick Avenue onto Japanese Parkway, hit Marshall, and fled the scene.
Officers responded to the scene and located the victim with head injuries and paramedics rushed him to Brookdale Hospital in important situation, the place he succumbed to his injuries on Nov. 19.
NYPD haven’t made any arrests and their Freeway District’s Collision Investigation Squad is investigating the lethal crash.
There have been 46 crashes on the north Brooklyn intersection over the previous decade injuring a whopping 74 individuals, the bulk of which have been struck proper subsequent to this month’s deadly collision, in line with the web site NYC Crash Mapper.