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Bayshore Accident Lawyer - Goldstein & Bashner Represent Family of Victim Killed on Fifth Avenue

Posted on Oct 02, 2009
The parents of a 4-month old child were struck and killed on by a car on Fifth Avenue in Bayshore, a historically hazardous roadway. At this location there is no traffic light, no stop sign and no crosswalk. The Suffolk County police department have indicated that Fifth Avenue is one of the busiest streets in the town of Ilsip. Infact, a police spokesperson indicated that the roadway "can be chanlleging for pedestrians" because of the long straightaway.

In the article, there is a mention of other pedestrians that were killed on the same road including Gladis (Gladys) Melara who was killed in July 2007. Our office represents the estate of Ms. Melara and our investigation also reveled a highway (Fifth Avenue) that was very dangerous.   

In addition to their being an absence of multiple  traffics signals on Fifthe Avenue there is a lack of good lighting. Furthermore at night and early in the morning there are few people walking in the area so attempting to re-create the accident details are very difficult. I hope that the Newsday article produces a further investigation.

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