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“Hallelujah!! Praise Jesus!” exclaimed the driver, who was dressed in a flowing white religious robe, after he emerged from the Ford Econoline van, witnesses said. when the van suddenly accelerated on Brookville Blvd. in Rosedale and plowed into two teens, witnesses and officials said.”It tossed them in the air. Must have been about eight to 10 feet,” said witness Sean Hines, 46. “The man fell in the back of the van. The female fell in front of the van. The van ran over the girl. Just ran over her.”Family of man critically injured by exploding parcel is rattledPolice arrest a van driver who was dressed like a pastor after his out of control van slammed into two pedestrians at Brookville Park.Dramatic video captured the moment the driver, who was wearing a gold chain over his robe, emerged from the van in knee high water with his hands in the air.Scrawled onto the back window in white letters was “Psalm 24” and “Psalm 27.”Cops investigating the scene where the van crashed into a pond at the Queens park late Saturday. (Bruce Cotler for New York Daily News)As cops and firefighters stood on the edge of the pond, bystanders are heard expressing shock that the man appears to be a clergy member.Armed man cuffed for speeding, dragging cop down Queens street”Is there anybody else in there?” an officer yells.Witnesses told the Daily News that the driver mumbled to himself as he waded into the water with his hands stretched high.The driver was taken into custody and charges were pending, according to cops.”He didn’t look like he was all there.”Another witness said the man laid down into the pond face first and “started paddling in the swamp water.”A witness said the van “tossed” the teenage victims in the air. (Courtesy Michael Daly) Six people were taken to Jamaica Hospital after a van crashed into pedestrians in a Queens park. (Bruce Cotler for New York Daily News) Shoes are scattered in the street along 143rd Ave. in Rosedale, Queens, as police continue to investigate the crash scene on Saturday night. (Bruce Cotler for New York Daily News)”He gets up and he’s like, ‘Hallelujah! Praise Jesus!’ like he was doing a sermon in the water,” added the witness, who identified himself as Bernard.Police only identified the struck pedestrians as an 18 year old man and a 19 year old woman, who was critically hurt in the wreck. The male victim is in stable condition,
new uggs Van crash in Queens leaves 2 in critical condition
cops said.