Hampton Bays, NY – Local Man Dies in Pedestrian Crash on Springville Rd

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Hampton Bays, NY - Local Man Dies in Pedestrian Crash on Springville Rd


Hampton Bays, NY (March 7, 2024) – A local man was killed after a pedestrian accident in Hampton Bays on Wednesday, March 6. The deadly crash occurred on Springville Road near Neptune Avenue at around 5 p.m. The victim was traveling on foot when he was hit by an oncoming motor vehicle. Emergency crews were quickly dispatched to the scene to provide the necessary aid.

The injured pedestrian, later identified as 67-year-old Angel Asimbay of Hampton Bays, was transported to Peconic Bay Medical Center in critical condition. He was later pronounced dead. The driver involved in the accident fled the scene. No further information on the deadly accident is currently available. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is in the hands of local law enforcement officials. 

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. 

Deadly Hit-and-Run Crashes in New York

The number of hit-and-run accidents across the country has greatly increased in recent years. Pedestrians are the victims of most fatal hit-and-run crashes. Nearly 5 percent of national traffic deaths involve drivers who flee the scene. Families dealing with a deadly crash need to partner with a skilled Hampton Bays wrongful death lawyer. The legal team at Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson LLP is ready to get to work on your case. Contact our law offices today at (516) 774-3635. 

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Disclaimers: To promote safety and prevent tragic accidents, we urge individuals in our community to drive slowly and cautiously. This news article is not intended as a solicitation for business. Any information provided should not be considered professional medical or legal advice. Additionally, please note that the photo used in this post is not from the location of the collision.

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