September 30, 2023
Zebin Guo Obituary, Staten island - Death, 25-year-old motorcyclist killed in a fatal accident

Zebin Guo Obituary, Staten island – Death, 25-year-old motorcyclist killed in a fatal accident

Zebin Guo Obituary, Death –  The New York City Police Department reports that an accident that took place in Great Kills on Thursday evening and featured a motorcycle and a sedan resulted in the death of the motorcycle rider who was engaged in the collision. The collision involved a sedan and a motorcycle. An unidentified motorcyclist, 25 years old, was traveling northbound on Hylan Boulevard approaching the intersection of Nelson Avenue when he collided with a late-model Dodge Charger that had been traveling southbound on Hylan Boulevard and was trying to make a left turn onto Nelson Avenue. The collision took place at approximately 11:22 p.m. The New York City Police Department’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information is the one who offered up this information to the public. On Hylan Boulevard, the late-model Dodge Charger had been traveling in the opposite direction, toward the southern direction.

Officers assigned to the 122nd Precinct were the first to arrive at the site, and when they arrived, they discovered a male victim laying in the highway with several wounds all over his body. The victim was found by officers assigned to the 122nd Precinct. The male, as reported by the police, was taken to the Staten Island University Hospital in Ocean Breeze by the FDNY and EMS. However, shortly after he got at the hospital, it was determined that he was no longer alive and he was proclaimed dead.

The driver of the Dodge, a young man who was 18 years old, did not sustain any injuries and remained at the scene after the accident, as stated by the records that were submitted by the police. The driver of the other vehicle, a woman, was not injured in the accident. Despite the fact that there have not been any arrests made up to this point in time, the investigation is still ongoing. According to the police, the identity of the individual who has died away will not be made public until such time as the necessary family members have been told of the passing of their loved one.