Damaris Earps Killed in Staten Island Accident on Way to HospitalNY Accident Lawyer
Posted on April 21, 2018
A 6-month old boy named Damaris Earps was showing flu-like symptoms and so his family desperately tried to rush him to the hospital. He was in his 39-year-old mother’s arms when a relative behind the wheel ran through a red light in West Brighton and was struck by a Jeep Liberty drove by a 28-year-old.
When EMS arrived at the scene, they took Damaris Earps and rushed him to the Richmond University Medical Center, but he was pronounced dead. A 57-year-old long-time resident in the neighborhood says that the intersection where the incident occurred is always a problem and has caused many dangers in the area. She said that it is not well-designed and many accidents have taken place there.
The accident is still being investigated.
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