CBS New York reporter died after a bicycle accident on Saturday.

TV station announced in a video tribute that a 26-year-old. CBS New York reporter died after a bicycle accident on Saturday.

CBS New York Reporter died
CBS New York Reporter died

CBS New York Reporter died, shared the news

The TV station shared the news: “Reporter Nina Kapur joined the team in June 2019 and is known for her catching smile and love for storytelling”. After the accident, she was in Bell in Manhattan. The Vue Hospital died, and she reportedly added; “Our thoughts and prayers are with Nina’s family. She will be missed.”

Kapur has been a live broadcast reporter at CBS in New York, has been working on News Channel 12 since 2017.

Kapur was riding Revel’s scooter at about 5:30 in the afternoon, which was driven by a 26-year-old man who “succumbed to unknown reasons.”

According to the New York City Police Department, Saturday, The police responded to the crash site in Greenport, Brooklyn, and found that Kapur and the driver “fell into the driveway as a result.”

The New York Police Department is investigating this collide. The unidentified driver was slightly injured.

Mopeds are a new member

Mopeds are a new member of the streets of Manhattan. Anyone 21 years of age or older with a valid license can ride one by downloading the app and unlocking Revel from the designated service area.

The moped is equipped with two helmets. At speeds up to 30 mph, driving on sidewalks, highways or bridges are prohibited.

It is not allowed to go from Brooklyn or Queens. Where mopeds made their debut in New York, to Manhattan, and vice versa.

Kapur, a Pennsylvania native, and Syracuse University graduate. She wrote on Twitter last week that she had just returned from a trip to Denver. “I feel refreshed and ready to resume work!” she said. The photos posted on her Instagram show that she is attending a friend’s bridal party.

After the death of this young and promising reporter, the senior reporter expressed grief.

Some reporters said that Kapoor followed her own journalistic dreams and encouraged them in the field.

Aliah Williamson of WDTN wrote

Aliah Williamson of WDTN wrote; “Nina is so perfect, beautiful and energetic. She inspired me by being a good journalist and making big moves at such a young age.” “She didn’t refuse and lived a fulfilling life.”

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