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Police Seek the Public's Help to ID Crash Victim

Unidentified man hospitalized with memory loss



    Do you know this man?

    The NYPD needs the public's help to identify an accident victim who seems to be suffering amnesia. 

    According to police, on September 3rd, the unidentified man was riding his bicycle on Boston Road and East 174th Street in the Bronx when he struck a train pillar.

    The victim is described as an Hispanic male who is approximately 30-35 years old. He's approximately 5'6" inches tall and weighs 195 pounds.

    Police say he was not carrying identification at the time of the accident. They also say the victim does not speak much, but does he have a Spanish accent.

    The man is currently recovering from his injuries at St. Barnabus Hospital. He is in stable condition, but suffers from memory loss, officials said.

    Police released a photo of the victim in his hospital bed, hoping someone will come forward with information.

    The NYPD requests anyone with information call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. Tips can also be submitted on the Crime Stoppers website www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or by texting 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.