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Pedestrian struck and killed crossing Yellowstone Boulevard this morning, police say

Yellowstone Blvd. (GMaps)

Aug. 6, 2017 Staff Report

A pedestrian was struck and killed by a car while crossing Yellowstone Boulevard in the early hours this morning, police said.

Arkadiy Dibin, 29, who lived on Alderton Street, was hit by a 2005 Buick Lacrosse in front of 73-12 Yellowstone Blvd at around 12:30 am today.

Police found Dibin on the roadway, unconscious and bleeding heavily from the head and mouth. EMS transported him to North Shore Forest Hills Hospital in critical condition. He was subsequently transported to North Shore Manhasset Hospital, where he was pronounced deceased.

A preliminary investigation revealed that Dibin was attempting to run across Yellowstone Boulevard mid-block when he was struck by the Buick sedan that was traveling northbound on Yellowstone Boulevard. The 66-year-old driver remained on the scene. The investigation is ongoing by the NYPD’s Collision Investigation Squad.

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Alex Taveras

Our deepest sorrows and prayers to his family, we just learned about your loss. Retro Fitness Glendale

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G. Imperante

A petition was submitted last year to DOT, Hevesi’s office, Karen Koslowitz, J. Addabbo’s office, M. Katz. Many letters sent, plus a map of the dangerous corners….Yellowstone & Juno, Kessel & Selfridge, Yellowstone & Kessel with remedial suggestions. WE ARE BASICALLY IGNORED! Condolences to the family of Arkadly Dibin. I will continue pursuing our requests for remediation on these dangerous corners.

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Regina. Thumann

Regina. . My. Sympathies. My. Condolences. I. Can’t. Imagine. We. Just. Saw. Arcadia. 2. Days. Prior. To. The. Accident. And. Cannot. Imagine. That. A. Tragic. Incident., That. Arcadia. Is. Gone. We. Would. Like. To. Attend. Funeral. Arrangements. If. Posted. Our. Prayers. To. Family. And. Friends

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Janet

Funeral will be held on wed 8/9/17 at 11 am at Russian Orthodox Convent , Novo – Diveevo, 100 smith road, Nanuet, NY 10954

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Janet

Funeral will be held on Wednesday 8/09/17 at 11 am, at Russian Orthodox Convent , Novo – Diveevo, 100 smith road, Nanuet, NY 10954. Transportation arrangements made who ever needed. Please come at 8:30 am to 64-57 Alderton Street, Rego Park, NY 11374.

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Regina. Thumann

We. Are. Hoping. To. Attend. The. Funeral. Tomorrow. We. Cant. Express. Our. Condolence s. Regina

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Janet

Guy was hit by a car to death! As per driver he was traveling 20 miles per hour but how its possiable that Arkadiy hit the car’s windshild, break it and flew out in certain distance and lended on a ground? If driver would drive 20 miles per hour there wouldn’t be such strong impact and Arkadiy would still be alive! Police put on report that there was no signal sign but they were not even there and didnt know from what distance he flew out.

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