Two people hurt in hit-and-run incidents in the Bronx, Manhattan

Two pedestrians were critically hurt by hit-and-run drivers in the Bronx and Manhattan within 90 minutes of each other, officials said.

At about 11 p.m. Sunday, a dark-colored sedan slammed into a 53-year-old man on the corner of E. Tremont Ave. and Purdy St. in Parkchester, cops said.

The impact left the man with head trauma and two broken legs, police said.

Medics took him to Jacobi Medical Center in critical but stable condition, cops said.

St. Luke

St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital is seen in upper Manhattan. Just after 12:25 a.m., a vehicle hit a pedestrian on Riverside Drive by W. 115th St. — near Columbia University’s Woodbridge Hall dorm.

(STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Just after 12:25 a.m., a vehicle hit a pedestrian on Riverside Drive by W. 115th St. — near Columbia University’s Woodbridge Hall dorm, cops said.

Medics took the pedestrian to St. Luke’s Hospital in critical condition, an FDNY spokesman said.

Cops have made no arrests in either crash.

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