On March 11th, a fatal collision in Staten Island NY involving a black BMW sedan took the life of a young man. The car spun out on a road near the Staten Island Expressway, broke through a fence, and hit a pole. Another person had minor injuries. The hit and run driver fled the scene after removing the vehicle's license plates.

Staten Island Fatal Hit-and-Run Collision: Driver Fled

A hit-and-run accident happened in Staten Island on March 11th at around 10:15 p.m. The incident took place on Goethals Road North in the Graniteville neighborhood. As CBS News has reported, a black BMW spun out of control while driving west on a service road of the Staten Island Expressway. The vehicle crashed through a fence and collided with a utility pole, causing extensive damage.


Usman Chugahati, a 26-year-old tragically passed away at the accident site. Another passenger, a 23-year-old man, suffered minor injuries and doctors hospitalized him in stable condition.


The driver running away on foot made this car accident in Staten Island worse, leaving behind a scene of destruction. Prior to fleeing, the driver removed the license plates from the wrecked vehicle, further complicating efforts to apprehend them.


Police are investigating a hit-and-run accident in Staten Island to find the driver, who is still missing. The hit-and-run has sent shockwaves through the community, leaving residents demanding justice for the senseless loss of life.


Usman Chugahati lived in Port Richmond near the crash site. Loved ones remember him as a friendly and lively person. His untimely death has left a void in the community, as loved ones grapple with the suddenness of his passing.


Authorities are looking for the driver involved in the incident. They want anyone with information to help bring closure to Usman Chugahati's family and friends.