Jordan Urbina Obituary, Death – The motorcyclist who was struck and killed by a car while riding his bike on Hylan Boulevard in Great Kills a week ago has been identified by the police as 25-year-old Jordan Urbina of Greenridge. The incident occurred on Hylan Boulevard in Great Kills. According to a spokesman for the New York Police Department’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information, Jordan Urbina, a resident of Greenridge, was struck at the intersection of Hylan and Nelson Avenue at approximately 11:22 p.m. on Thursday, and as a result of the collision, he sustained injuries that are considered to be life-threatening.
Urbina was driving on Hylan Boulevard in a northbound direction when the incident occurred, as determined by the preliminary investigation carried out by the police. At the time of the collision, Urbina was nearing the intersection of Nelson Avenue. At that moment, he was involved in a collision with a recently manufactured Dodge Charger that had been traveling in the opposite direction on Hylan and was attempting to turn left onto Nelson. The investigation uncovered the fact that the Dodge Charger had been traveling down Hylan in the southbound direction.
Officers from the 122nd Precinct arrived at the scene of the accident and discovered a man lying on the road who had incurred a significant number of injuries across his body. According to the police, the man was brought to the Staten Island University Hospital in Ocean Breeze by the FDNY and EMS. Once he arrived at the hospital, however, he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival. The driver of the Dodge, who was 18 years old, stayed at the scene of the accident and was uninjured, according to a spokesman of the police department who stated this information. The investigation has not yet resulted in any arrests being made, and it is still ongoing.