Fordham graduate killed in Manhattan hit-and-run

A 21-year-old man who recently graduated from Fordham University was killed in a hit-and-run in Manhattan early Saturday morning.

Police say Noah Goldstein, who had just graduated last month, was unresponsive when he was found on Broadway and West 61st Street. EMS crews pronounced him dead at the scene.

Police say Noah Goldstein, who had just graduated last month, was unresponsive when he was found on Broadway and West 61st Street. EMS crews pronounced him dead at the scene. (6/18/16)

NEW YORK - A 21-year-old man who recently graduated from Fordham University was killed in a hit-and-run in Manhattan early Saturday morning.

Police say Noah Goldstein, who had just graduated last month, was unresponsive when he was found on Broadway and West 61st Street. EMS crews pronounced him dead at the scene.

Investigators say he was struck as he tried to cross the street. Witnesses say the car never stopped.

No arrests have been made. Police say they are many cameras in the area and they expect to apprehend the driver soon.

The incident marks the fourth fatal hit-and-run in the city in the last eight days.

 

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