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7 pedestrians died after being struck by cars last week in New York

In New York lately pedestrians have been killed in car accidents on an almost daily basis. Last week another 7 people were killed in traffic accidents, most of them because of driver error.
On Friday 66 year old Maria Montalvo was struck in a crosswalk by a reckless driver making a left turn. Maria is the 29th senior person killed by a car in 2013.
On Monday 3 other people were killed on New York sidewalks: in Queens a young driver jumped the curb and killed Man Chit Cheng, 59, and Muang Lin, 41 and in East Harlem a woman was killed by a cab driver who lost control of his vehicle after he struck a truck.
Tuesday, 47 year old Brian Novell died after being hit by two cars in College Point, Queens. Brian Novell is the third pedestrian to be fatally struck by a car in two months in this precinct.
Wednesday Sangho Kim, 57 was crossing the Horace Harding Expressway at 108th Street about 8:30 p.m. in Corona when he was hit by a car. He died at the Hospital.
On Thursday, a 23 old man trying to cross the Cross Bronx Expressway was the victim of a hit and run. He died at the Hospital. It wasn’t clear why he tried to cross the busy highway.