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NYC driver critically injures cyclist, hits parked NYPD car

A Bronx driver plowed right into a 16-year-old boy — leaving him clinging to life — after which struck a parked NYPD car as he tried to flee, cops stated. 

The 21-year-old motorist was driving a 2011 Nissan Altima south on Webster Avenue close to East Gun Hill Street in Norwood simply after 9 p.m. Tuesday when he crossed over the double yellow traces into the other lane, putting the teenager bike owner heading north on Webster, authorities stated. 

The driver tried to flee the scene, but crashed into a parked police car.
The driving force tried to flee the scene, however crashed right into a parked police automotive.
William Miller
The accident occurred on Webster Avenue near East Gun Hill Road in Norwood.
The accident occurred on Webster Avenue close to East Gun Hill Street in Norwood.
William Miller

The teenager was thrown from his mountain bike and brought to Jacobi Medical Heart in vital situation. 

The driving force tried to flee from the scene — however ended up backing right into a parked, unoccupied police automotive, authorities stated. 

He was taken into custody with expenses pending, and delivered to Jacobi to be handled for minor accidents, cops stated. 

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