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Manhattan, NY - Real Estate Mogul Critical After Hit-N-Run

Published on: May 9, 2007 06:41 PM
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Manhattan, NY - A man is seriously injured and is in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident on Manhattan’s West Side.

42-year-old multimillionaire real estate investor Steven Green, who was about to be sentenced for tax fraud, was hit near West 151st Street between 9th and 10th Avenue’s outside of a club. He was rushed to St. Vincent’s Hospital in critical condition, NYPD Highway A.I.S. has responded for a possible A.I. job.
“He’s in very serious condition,” Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

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Police said they are looking for a four-door black sedan with tinted windows and New York plates possibly a livery cab, was last seen Westbound on 51st Street.
Green was getting into his chauffeured Rolls Royce when he was struck. 

Green, who is worth about $80 million, pleaded guilty in February to federal income tax fraud and falsifying records to obtain a $9 million loan. Sentencing in front of a Florida judge was pending.  [1010 WINS-VIN]



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 May 10, 2007 at 10:42 PM Anonymous Says:

A prayer to you Steven,The newspapers always like to focus on the negative! Steven Green has raised thousands of dollars for aids and other charities as well and has been good to many people!He is talented smart and rich and they're all jealous.

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 May 09, 2007 at 11:40 PM Anonymous Says:

its 2 different ppl. the one who got hit is steve green not the SL green

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 May 09, 2007 at 08:00 PM Anonymous Says:

no - but you do get treated diffrent in the city when your worth 80 mill - (which by the way according to forbes he's worth close to 400 mill) owns plenty of buildings in NYC, and is a criminal waiting to be tried.

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 May 09, 2007 at 06:57 PM Nathon Says:

why when i was involved in a hit and run accident and i was almost killed by an animal, didn't Police Commissioner Ray Kelly feel important enough to get involved.

Do you get treated different in this city when you have $80 million?

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