The heart-stopping moment a speeding car careens without warning into New York pedestrians, injuring seven – The Sun

DASHCAM footage captured the heart-stopping moment a speeding car careened without warning into New York pedestrians.

Seven people sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were hospitalized after the frightening intersection crash on Wednesday afternoon, according to ABC7 News.

The shocking footage – taken from the dash cam of a witness' vehicle – showed the scary intersection crash at East Fordham Road and Jerome Avenue in Fordham Heights.

The video shows a car strike one bicyclist as it appeared to be speeding through the Bronx intersection.

Shockingly, the man on the bike stood up after nearly flipping to the ground.

He then appears to grab his head in pain and leave his bike in the middle of the street as he walks out of the road.

Another pedestrian, who appeared to notice the car coming, seemed to jump out of the car's way just seconds before it crashed.

Several pedestrians were crossing the street before the white sedan drove through – ultimately crashing into a parked SUV and hitting a vendor's cart on the sidewalk.

Video footage from the Citizen's App showed the food cart had tipped over after the collision and the NYPD on scene.

According to PIX 11, police said the driver arrested for the crash was 43-year-old Kevin Crosby.

Crosby has been charged with aggravated vehicular assault, reckless endangerment, reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident, according to the report.

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