Darren Ilardi, the officer who struck Ryo Oyamada two years ago, testified at a DMV hearing Monday.
Hoyt Jacobs, 36, was struck Saturday night at the intersection of 41st Avenue and Vernon Boulevard.
Ryo Oyamada, 24, was fatally struck by an NYPD patrol car in 2013 while crossing a Queensbridge street.
The drill was being used for the East Side Access project when it pierced into the tunnel, the MTA said.
The 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, E, F, G, J, M, N, Q and R lines are all slated to undergo service changes.
The video shows the moments before Ryo Oyamada was hit by a police car in Queens last year.
The hip-hop duo is one of several free concerts coming to the park this month for SummerStage.
The suspect hit five Long Island City bars and restaurants, often making off with cash and electronics.
Park-goers have been fenced off from the waterfront as the deteriorated seawall waited years for fixes.
Police arrested Clarence Scott, 29, in the 2013 killing of Francisco Leal.
Ryo Oyamada's family wants the NYPD to turn over evidence from its investigation into the accident.
Family and friends will gather in Queensbridge to remember Ryo Oyamada, who was killed last year.
Police have identified Lawrence Scott, 28, as a suspect in the fatal February shooting of Francisco Leal.
The Q103 will run more frequently, start earlier and end later, according to city officials.
The waterfront park in Long Island City will get $2.5 million for the renovation of its park house.
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