Woman dies after being run over twice in Ozone Park motorcycle accident

Photos by Robert Stridiron

A 22-year-old woman was killed Monday night after being run over twice by two vehicles after she was flung out of the motorcycle she was riding on as a passenger, according to authorities.

At about 10:29 p.m. police responded to a call of an accident involving a motorcycle on the westbound side of the Belt Parkway at exit 17 in Ozone Park.

Upon arriving, the officers found the driver of the motorcycle – a 28-year-old man – with minor injuries and the female passenger – Sade Eversley of Brooklyn – unconscious and unresponsive, police said.

Emergency personnel responded and pronounced the passenger dead at the scene. The motorcycle operate was taken to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition.

According to police, the 2007 Yamaha motorcycle was traveling westbound on the Belt Parkway and lost control at a curve. It struck the center median, knocking the driver and passenger off the motorcycle. Both fell into the left lane.

A white older model minivan tried to swerve to the right but struck the motorcycle passenger while she was on the ground, according to police. The minivan then fled the scene.

Right after, a 2014 Honda minivan tried to stop but could not and ran over the same passenger with the passenger side of the car, authorities said. The Honda remained at the scene.

There have been no arrests in this incident and an investigation by the NYPD’s Collision Investigation Squad is still ongoing.

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