Two Women In Stable Condition After Being Hit By Car On Central Avenue

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GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Two women sustained injuries after being struck by a motor vehicle while crossing Central Park Avenue in Hartsdale on Wednesday afternoon, according to a statement by Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner.

The incident, just north of the intersection of West Hartsdale Avenue, occurred at around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Feiner.

The women, ages 52 and 19, sufferedtrauma injuries and were treated at the scene by Greenburgh Police EMS and transported to the Westchester Medical Center, and are listed in stable condition, Feiner said.

A 25-year-old male driving a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe, struck the women as they crossed the street but were not in a crosswalk, according to Feiner. The driver was not cited for any vehicle or traffic law violations.

The accident is currently under investigation by Greenburgh Police. 

Greenburgh Police closed the roadway in the southbound direction in order for detectives to conduct an accident investigation in the immediate aftermath of the accident. 

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Crossing where there isn't a regulated crossing is very dangerous especially in this area. Going to a corner where crossing is regulated takes time but then the pedestrian has rights. When crossing between designated areas, the traffic has the right of way. It is usually hard to walk to some designated crossing but there is one near-by this area. Pedestrians need to plan their walks with safe areas to cross. air course cars don't usually yield to pads even when they have the right of way. Young people can fly across 6 lanes but as we age, things don't work as well especially when a car is coming toward us. Don't assume you can be seen. and swing a bag at on coming traffic.

sorry