Manhattan, NY – Fatal Motorcycle Hit-N-Run Accident


    Manhattan, NY – Police on the scene searching for maroon colored 4-door Nissan with damages to the driver side door after hitting a motorcycle at West Street and Canal Street.

    The 27-year-old driver of the motorcycle was transported to Beth Israel Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Chesed Shell Emes on the scene.

    Police have located the vehicle and driver is arrested in the 75th Precinct.

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      • Not that it’s much of a consolation now for the grieving family; the Gemorah says that being nifter right after Yom Hakippurim is a brocha because the nifter’s avoinos were wiped clean by Yom Kippur.

    1. Reply to #4

      I’m sure the family of the niftar is kvelling knowing it was a baracha for their son to be killed so closed to yom kippur so all his averyos were forgiven. You are either unstable or the biggest roshe I can imagine for such a posting. You should share thier “nachas”.

    2. #6 reread what #4 wrote and ask mechila!
      he says “Not that it’s much of a consolation now for the grieving family”
      bottom line his point is a good one, if someone has to die the day after yom kippur is the best time.
      there is a story in lakewood, (don’t know if it’s true) that a person was a rasha and non frum his whole life, at an old age showed up yom kippur in shul, on the way out slipped and died. supposedly ppl go daven by his kever every year because he died a complete tzaddik even though he wasn’t frum for 80 years.

    3. To No. 11

      When someone dies in a tragic accident, there are always a core group of armchair rabbonim here who feel obligated to offer their insights as to why if it had to happen, there is some “good news” in the petirah…The families in these tragic cases generallydon’t want your d’var torah on why they shouldn’t feel so bad. I guess it all depends on your perspective.

    4. whether a person dies after yom kippur or after tisha b’av….u feel sadness..u have to be on a very high level to appreciate his timing of death….may his family be comforted and know of no more sorrow….and be together soon with coming of moshiach

    5. #6 The yomtovim are not yet over and you begin the year by wishing death to someone else. You are an embarassment to Klal Yisroel. If you even took the time to attend shul over the holidays, you were obviously wasting your time – you may as well have gone to the beach and had a cheeseburger for lunch.

    6. NY Post
      A motorcyclist was killed in TriBeCa yesterday after a driver smashed into him and fled, authorities said.
      A maroon Nissan driven by Naisha Sutten, 25, of the Bronx, going east on Canal Street, clipped the victim’s 2009 Ducati, heading north on West Street, at 5:10 p.m.., cops said
      “I saw the bike was in three pieces,” said Edwin De La Renta, who witnessed the aftermath of the crash. “It was pretty smashed.”
      The 27-year-old biker, who lived in Manhattan, died at Beth Israel Hospital. His name was withheld pending family notification.
      Sutten turned herself in at the 75th precinct station house in Brooklyn, at around 8:15 p.m., cops said.
      She was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with a fatality, driving without a license and making an improper turn.


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