A journalism student on her way to class in the Bedford section of the Bronx, New York escaped a horrific crash alive after a crane crashed into her car in the middle of the road Tuesday morning.
Danielle Cruz was on her way to classes at Lehman College when the crane broke, knocked out a pole and traffic light when it hit Cruz’s car at the intersection of Jerome Avenue and West Bedford Park Avenue.
Those present at the scene rushed to help Cruz. Incredibly, she walked away from the terrifying scene With the help of her fellow New Yorkers, only one a wound on her hand and a cut on her lip from being broken glass. A firefighter told Cruz if her car had more than 3 inches in front of, she can did not survivebased on ABC7:
Looks like an explosion broke out while lifting materials. The truck did not overturn.
“They were loading the cargo to the seventh or eighth floor above me when the crane overturned across the street, hitting the vehicle directly behind me and injuring a passenger in that vehicle,” FDNY deputy assistant manager John Sarrocco said. know. “Believe it or not, she was also slightly injured. She is very lucky. She was in the car behind me, and the way the car passed the car, just missed her. She will be fine. “
The building under construction does not appear to be damaged.
Department of Construction inspectors are responding to the scene, and FDNY has evacuated approximately 29 workers from the site under extreme caution.
The newspapers are paying a lot of attention to Cruz’s survival – and there’s no doubt she’s been through a considerable rub with death – but what about an elderly man walking along the road? Where is that guy? Hoping to play the lotterybecause he and Cruz are two lucky, lucky people.
This is the second crane accident in New York in the past two months. Another crash occurred in Brooklyn in August when a truck carrying construction materials overturned, severely damaging a neighboring building. NBC New York.