New York, NY — There was an accident reported outside the WABC News headquarters in the Upper West Side, New York that left a worker with serious injuries. This happened on Wednesday morning, December 31, 2014, and the injured worker’s name was released as Anthony Riazza, 43 years old.
Police said that Piazza was working on a truck that was moving along 66th Street when something happened and he accidentally fell to the ground. His truck then continued to partially roll over him, including his arm.
He was taken to a hospital, but lost his arm at the wrist, the news said. Right now, it’s not clear who was driving the truck or why he fell down, but that’s being investigated further.
Map of the Accident(WBAC News)
View from the Road
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