WOODMERE, LONG ISLAND, NY – A Citigroup executive passed away from the injuries he sustained in a pedestrian accident in Nassau County last month, according to the Daily Voice.
The incident took place Sept. 1 on Peninsula Boulevard between Island Avenue and Longacres Avenue in Woodmere at about 6 a.m. Police said 60-year-old Tobias Levkovich was walking across Peninsula Boulevard near Young Israel of Woodmere synagogue when he was struck by a 2015 Toyota Camry.
Levkovich was transported to a Long Island hospital, where he was initially listed in stable condition but was pronounced dead last Friday. According to police, the driver involved in the crash stayed at the scene after the crash to cooperate with investigators. The name of the driver, a 64-year-old man, was not released.
Nassau County Police are continuing their investigation into the accident.
Bloomberg reported that Levkovich, a resident of Woodmere, had been a managing director at Citigroup. He had served as the firm’s chief U.S. equity strategist since 2001.
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