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ROSLYN HEIGHTS: Mark Feldman Killed In Highway Car Accident After USPS Truck Crashed Into His Car On the Long Island Expressway

Jul 23, 2016 | Truck Accidents

ROSLYN HEIGHTS: Mark Feldman Killed In Highway Car Accident After USPS Truck Crashed Into His Car On the Long Island Expressway

ROSLYN HEIGHTS: Mark Feldman Killed In Highway Car Accident After USPS Truck Crashed Into His Car On the Long Island Expressway

MAIL TRUCK MAY BE LIABLE FOR DEADLY ACCIDENT

ROSLYN HEIGHTS, NEW YORK (July 22, 2016) – News 12 Long Island is reporting that a 54-year-old man from Sands Point has died after a United States Postal Service (USPS) Mail Truck crashed into his car as he was pulled over to the shoulder of the Long Island Expressway.

Police have been able to identify the man that was killed in the collision as Mark Feldman. Emergency medical workers rushed to the scene of the accident but were unable to revive him. He was later pronounced dead.

Mark Feldman pulled over to the side of the highway after his car got a flat tire in Old Westbury. Once he exited his vehicle he was struck by the semi-truck. Authorities temporarily closed the expressway as they continued to look into the crash that killed Feldman.

HELPING THOSE IN NEED BY RAISING AWARENESS
If you or someone that you know has been affected by this accident, we will gladly help raise awareness of any gofundme campaign set up to support the victim or their family. We can link to it in this post which is then spread across our social media platforms. You can send your request to: gofundmerequest@gmail.com.

The RMFW Law Firm extends its deepest sympathies to the family of  Mark Feldman. We know how devastating it can be to lose a loved one in a horrific accident like this. If there is anything that we could do for the family to make their lives easier during this incredibly difficult time, we would be glad to help 212 697 9280.

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