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Woman hit in ‘domestic dispute’ near Stuyvesant Town

BY KEITH J. KELLY | Two police cruisers and an ambulance responded to a call of a woman being assaulted on a street across from Stuyvesant Town on the evening of Wed., April 6.

The victim appeared to be sitting in an ambulance at the corner of E. 18th Street and First Avenue after what one officer on the scene said was a “domestic dispute.” Her name was not disclosed.

An ambulance and two police cars responded to the scene. (Photo by Keith J. Kelly)

One of a handful of officers on the scene said that the assault was initially thought to be more serious, which was why two squad cars and a Fire Department ambulance were on the scene. The officer said the unidentified woman was hit but apparently did not suffer serious injury.

It could not be learned if any arrest was made at the scene.

Calls to the New York Police Department’s press department were not immediately returned.

One Comment

  1. JJ JJ April 7, 2022

    Just love that you have Keith J. Kelly on the Stuy Town beat, great part-time work for a journo in retirement! Forget about crime, let’s hear some real scoops from him on inside the vaunted brick towers of ST.

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