An e-bike rider was killed and another was left clinging to life in separate New York City crashes less than an hour apart, police said.
In the earlier of the two incidents, Victoriano Angeles, 26, was zipping south on E. 149th St. in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx when he collided with a 2013 Chevrolet Impala heading west on St. Ann’s Ave. just before midnight Wednesday, cops said.
First responders found him sprawled out on the asphalt suffering from a head injury. He was rushed to Lincoln Hospital but couldn’t be saved.
Angeles lived about three miles from where he crashed, according to cops.
The 21-year-old man behind the wheel of the Impala remained at the scene and has not been charged.
Less than an hour later in Harlem, an e-bike rider and a bicyclist collided head on in a bike lane on Amsterdam Ave., cops said.
The victim on the e-bike, a man in his 30s, was traveling uptown in the dedicated bike lane when a 43-year-old bicyclist pedaling in the wrong direction slammed into him near W. 105th St., cops said.
The victim was thrown from the e-bike and struck his head on the pavement. Medics rushed him to Mount Sinai West, where he was listed in grave condition.
The bicyclist, who was heading downtown in the northbound bike lane, remained at the scene and declined medical attention. He was not immediately charged.