Vehicle Becomes Trapped in Pedestrian Lane of Pulaski Bridge


BROOKLYN, NY – A Honda Accord became trapped in the pedestrian lane of the Brooklyn side of the Pulaski Bridge early Thursday morning. When authorities arrived to the scene, the driver was no longer in the vehicle. It took police and a tow truck several hours to finally remove the car from the pedestrian lane. The car was significantly damaged in the process.

According to Eyewitness News, the car was stolen from a home in Bronxville early that same morning. Authorities are now on the hunt to find the driver of the stolen vehicle.

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