The Washington Heights pedestrian collision that injured six persons, including two children, has received more investigation from the local police department.
According to the officials, the series of events began somewhere about six o’clock in the evening. Wednesday, Deanna Cimaglia, 34, was driving a stolen Honda Accord when she lost control of the vehicle at the intersection of Broadway and West 190th Street.
The woman, who told investigators that she was living on the streets, allegedly drove the automobile onto the pavement, where it struck six pedestrians and then crashed into the R. G. Ortiz Funeral Home.
Witnesses immediately rushed forward to assist the victims. According to the authorities, at least one of them was pinned under the vehicle.
According to the authorities, the woman exited the vehicle while it was still smoking and ran away, but she eventually returned to the scene of the collision. According to the authorities, Cimaglia was not impaired when the accident occurred.
A woman in her 63rd year suffered a broken pelvis and a damaged leg in an accident. She was sent to Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital when the emergency occurred.
A man in his 41st year who had experienced some light bleeding in the brain was sent to New York Presbyterian Hospital for treatment.
A woman in her 25th year who was experiencing pain in her legs was sent to Mount Sinai Morningside.
A fourth adult sustained an injury that did not pose a threat to their life.
Both a three-year-old and a four-year-old girl were sent to the New York-Presbyterian Children’s Hospital after suffering from some facial bleeding that was considered to be minimal.
According to the officials, Cimaglia was charged with driving without a license, aggravated the unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and illegal possession of the stolen property.