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Cyclist fatally struck in Borough Park: NYPD

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A Sunset Park cyclist died on Wednesday after a passing box truck struck him in Borough Park.

Pedro Tepozteco, 26, was riding his bike on 47th Street at 5:30 p.m., when cops say he “fell into the truck” as it attempted to pass him near the intersection of 17th Ave. The cyclist was hit by the truck’s passenger-side rear tires, according to authorities.

Paramedics rushed Tepozteco to Maimonides Medical Center where doctors pronounced him dead.

The 29-year-old truck driver remained on the scene, police say, and no charges were immediately filed. The investigation is ongoing.

Reach reporter Aidan Graham at agraham@schnepsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–4577.
Updated 3:49 pm, April 18, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Vision Zero from Zero Vision says:
“fell into the truck”. Yeah, OK.
April 18, 4:13 pm
Art Link from Bay RIdge says:
Probably more like the truck passed him and pulled into the lane before the bike was clear.
April 18, 4:39 pm
Arnie from Sunset Park says:
Hope he was an illegal
April 18, 8:57 pm
Arnie from Sunset Park says:
hope he was an illegal
April 18, 8:57 pm
Arnie from Sunset Park says:
I also hate the niqqers too!
April 18, 10:27 pm
Arnie from Sunset Park says:
I also hate the niqqers too!
April 18, 10:28 pm
Arnie from Sunset Park is a piece of fukkkingshiiiit says:
Go fukkk yourself arnie, you little weasel —— joobag.
April 18, 10:29 pm
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
I hope Arnie dies in a fire.
April 19, 7:21 am
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
I hope Arnie dies in a fire.
April 19, 7:35 am
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
My son is a racist punk. I'm burning with shame.
April 19, 7:35 am
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
My son is a racist punk. I'm burning with shame. I hope Arnie dies in a fire.
April 19, 8:03 am
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
My son is a racist punk. I'm burning with shame. I hope Arnie dies in a fire.
April 19, 8:44 am
Joe from bensdonhurst says:
How does one 'fall into a truck'. Is that the same as pedestrians with the right of way in a cross walk falling into a truck ?
April 19, 8:59 am
Arnie's Mom from Sunset Park says:
My son is a racist punk. I'm burning with shame. I hope Arnie dies in a fire.
April 19, 9:34 am
Medura from Mehico says:
Arnie go see a doctor . I love Mehico
April 19, 11:35 am
Kat from S.P. from Sunset Park says:
Arnie is an awful person who need to move to Texas.
April 19, 12:18 pm
Mai Dai from Gravesend says:
Peddle Pushers rarely drive safely or carefully. Of course if they just rode on the sidewalks where they think they should be, this accident would never have happened Pedestrians first!!
April 19, 12:55 pm
Joe from Greenpont says:
Make congestion worse with bike lanes and this sort of thing is going to happen more frequently. Get rid of the vehicles and keep taxing congestion and city goes broke. NYC is screwed. I hope the driver was an illegal so that he can stay out of jail and avoid deportation because that's what makes NYC so vibrant. LOL
April 19, 5:03 pm
Young and Taking over from Everywhere says:
Poor old Joe from Greenpoint, I'll take great comfort knowing he'll die soon and his family will fight over his squandered savings. I think I'll take my dog to his grave so she can relieve herself.
April 20, 9:11 am
Victor from Sunset Park says:
Arnie name and address tough guy.
April 24, 2:11 pm

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