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Bicyclist In Greenport Airlifted After Being Hit By Car

By October 12, 2009October 24th, 2022No Comments Bicyclist in Greenport airlifted after being hit by car

October 12, 2009 By JOHN VALENTI

A 61-year-old man riding his bicycle in Greenport had to be airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center Sunday after being hit by a car being that ran a stop sign, police said.

The condition of the bicyclist, identified by Southold Town police as Arthur Fuentes-Chang of Broad Street in Greenport, was not immediately available on Monday.

The accident occurred at the intersection of Center Street and Second Street at 4:18 p.m., police said. It was then, police said, that Jaqueline M. Bradley, 18, of 217-12 48th Ave. in Bayside, “failed to come to a complete stop at the stop sign” – and struck Fuentes-Chang.

It was unclear if Bradley was cited in the incident. Police said Monday that information was not immediately available.