Man dies after being pinned between parked cars in Brooklyn crash


CANARSIE, BROOKLYN, NY – A Brooklyn man was killed when a driver crashed into a parked car on Sunday morning, amNewYork reports.

The incident occurred on East 89th Street near Avenue L in the Canarsie section of the borough at about 9:35 a.m. Police said a 46-year-old woman was driving an Acura SUV on the one-way street when she pulled over to the side to let another driver pass on her left.

The Acura driver then accelerated into a car parked on the street, causing that car to pin a man standing in the area to be pinned against another vehicle.

Police found the man unconscious and unresponsive, and he was pronounced dead after being taken to Brookdale Hospital. The victim was identified as 48-year-old Everton Stewart of Crown Heights. Both of the parked vehicles were unoccupied.

The driver showed no signs of impairment after being taken into custody for a police interview, and she was not charged.

The accident remains under investigation by the NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad

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