William was getting som exercise on a morning ride when he was fatally struck.
According to the NY Post:
Tiffany Delcia Moore, 26, who had just dropped her kids off at school,
was arrested for driving with a suspended license after hitting William
Faison, 53, at 8:55 a.m. in her Kia on 120th Avenue and 228th Street in
Medics took Faison to Jamaica Hospital, but he couldn’t be saved. His
brother Marcus went there to see his body and kissed his forehead,
Police told Moore and Faison’s family of his death at the scene.
Faison’s mother, Frances, expressed sympathy for Moore.
“My heart goes out to the woman who hit him,” she said, but “she has to give an account.”
[his brother] Henley was less forgiving.
“He would still be alive if she was not driving,” he said. “You do not drive on a suspended license.”
Faison was divorced with two sons, 12 and 20. He worked with the
mentally disabled at Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services in St.
“He was a very good son. He took care of me,” his mother said. “I don’t know how to feel. He was a loving son.”
Moore, of Addisleigh Park, was charged with aggravated unlicensed
operation of a vehicle. She was not believed to have been speeding or on