• December 02, 2022

Naheed Nazi Killed in Hit-and-run Truck Accident in Queens, NY

Queens, NY -- November 24, 2022, Naheed Nazi was killed due to an accident where a truck hit her on her bicycle, then left the scene.

Authorities were called out to the intersection of Van Wyck Expressway and Liberty Avenue Thanksgiving Day. 43-year-old Naheed Nazi was on bicycle traveling along the Van Wyck service road. While doing so, police say that a 2014 Kenworth T8 Series with a 2003 Heil Tanker Trailer hit Nazi, then left the scene.

Nazi's injuries proved to be fatal. No other injuries were reported. Authorities say they are still searching for the truck driver.

Commentary on Naheed Nazi Hit-and-run Truck Accident in Queens

Hit-and-runs like this are far too common, and folks in New York are no doubt sick of the danger bicyclists and pedestrians are subject to every day. That's why keeping these reports in the public eye is going to be such a vital step to finding a resolution here.

Naheed Nazi Killed in Hit-and-run Truck Accident in Queens, NY

It's entirely possible this truck driver wasn't even aware there was a collision, but it's also possible there's some company that is knowingly harboring their driver after they were involved in a fatal collision. It's more common than anyone would like to believe, which is why it's so important to take steps to see there is accountability for this awful event. Is there anyone who can shed light on details that can help identify the truck driver involved here?

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