A hit-and-run driver behind the wheel of a stolen car left a teenager clinging to life on a Bronx street Wednesday afternoon, police sources said.
The teen was crossing the street near E. 165th St. and Union Ave. in Morrisania just after 4 p.m. when a silver Acura struck him, cops said.
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The Acura, which was headed north on Union, then slammed into a parked Kenworth 18-wheeler, witnesses said.
“Two men jumped out and ran. They got out and ran straight ahead, up Union,” said the truck’s driver, Angel Rivera, 27, of the Bronx.
Along with the car, the creeps left the teen bleeding on the ground.
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The victim, Rivera said, was a “small-figured guy.”
“He was bleeding from everywhere. He was bleeding from his mouth, nose and head.”
Rescuers took the teen, who suffered head and body trauma, to Lincoln Hospital. He’s in critical condition, cops said.
With Rocco Parascandola