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Pedestrian hit outside of LaValle Stadium

Pedestrian hit outside of LaValle Stadium

Andrew Zucker September 7, 2019
According to Setauket Fire Department Third Assistant Chief, Timothy Devine, a female student was hit by a car while walking on the crosswalk near stadium parking.
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Stony Brook athlete passes away after being hit by vehicle

Rebecca Liebson December 6, 2018
A GoFundMe fundraiser has been started for the family of freshman Noah Farrelly, the Stony Brook University student athlete who is in critical condition after being struck by a car on campus this Tuesday.
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Student in critical condition after motor vehicle crash

Gary Ghayrat and Brianne Ledda December 4, 2018
Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 10:50 a.m., a male jogger crossing against the light at the intersection of Health Sciences Drive and southbound Nicolls Road was struck by a 2018 Dodge Caravan, according to an advisory message from the Suffolk County Police.
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A Stony Brook University Transit Bus. EFAL SAYED/STATESMAN FILE

Student struck by bus near SBU Hospital

Rebecca Liebson November 28, 2018
A Stony Brook transit bus collided into a 22-year-old undergraduate student at approximately 10 a.m. this morning, according to the University Police Department.
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Accident on South and Nicholls JOSEPH KONIG/THE STATESMAN

Car accident on Nicolls Road puts four in the hospital

Mahreen Khan September 6, 2017
At roughly 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, a collision occurred between an Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps ambulance and another vehicle on Nicolls Road.
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Student struck by vehicle while crossing Circle Road

Student struck by vehicle while crossing Circle Road

Kelly Saberi September 24, 2015
A car accident occurred at the intersection of Circle Road and Campus Drive on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. The victim was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
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Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 will mark the one year anniversary of the incident that took place on Circle Road. (ANUSHA MOOKHERJEE/THE STATESMAN)

One year later, university remains silent

Kristin Behr February 4, 2014
When a string of muggings took place in the South P Lot earlier this academic year, the campus was notified. When a student committed suicide last spring, everyone received a text. So why is it that when Brianna Bifone was hit by a police officer and pinned under a cruiser for 30 minutes, the university fell silent?
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Student arrested after driving car into H Quad bushes

Student arrested after driving car into H Quad bushes

Hanaa’ Tameez October 25, 2013
After midnight on Friday, Oct. 25, a white car drove into the bushes behind Benedict College in H Quad. Check back for updates.
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Editorial: Pedestrian safety needs to be taken seriously

Editorial: Pedestrian safety needs to be taken seriously

The Editorial Board October 8, 2013
When walking to class, students should not have to ask themselves if the car coming toward them will stop when they cross the street.
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An SUV hit and pinned a biker near Nobel Halls. (ANUSHA MOOKHERJEE / THE STATESMAN)

Cyclist pinned under SUV near Nobel Halls

The Statesman September 21, 2013
A cyclist was hit and pinned underneath a vehicle at the intersection of Circle Road and Roosevelt Avenue earlier this afternoon, according to officials.
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A Stony Brook Police Department cruiser is removed from a ditch near the Tabler Residence Quad after an officer struck a female student on the sidewalk. (ANUSHA MOOKERJEE / THE STATESMAN)

SBU police officer strikes pedestrian with patrol car

Christine Powell February 8, 2013
A Stony Brook University police officer responding to an emergency call struck a female student walking on the sidewalk near the Tabler Steps Bus Stop at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, according to Chief of Police Lawrence Zacarese.
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