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- Eight people were hurt in a crash on the Bronx River Parkway on Saturday, the FDNY said
- One person sustained life-threatening injuries and six sustained non-life threatening injuries; an eighth person refused medical attention
- It wasn’t immediately clear how many vehicles were involved in the crash or how it happened
Eight people were hurt, one with life-threatening injuries, in a crash on the Bronx River Parkway on Saturday, the FDNY said.
The crash happened on the parkway at East 233rd Street, the department said.
One person who sustained life-threatening injuries and six people who sustained non-life threatening injuries were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, according to the department.
Another person who suffered minor injuries refused medical attention at the scene, the FDNY said.
The pileup occurred shortly after an extended period of snowfall across the city, but it's not yet clear if the weather conditions played a role in the crash.
It wasn’t immediately clear how many vehicles were involved in the crash or how it happened.
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