UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (PIX11) — The family and friends of 9-year-old Cooper Stock joined together with generous strangers Sunday night. They raised thousands of dollars in honor of the Upper West Side boy, who was killed by a cab in January.
The cycling fundraiser called “Coop’s Hoops” raised money to send kids to Walt Frazier’s basketball camp.
Cooper’s family, still devastated by his death, is working to keep his memory alive.
“I think we all have to come together and try to help make this city a safer place. It is not safe,” Cooper’s mother, Dana Lerner, said.
Lerner is working with elected officials on Cooper’s Law. Lerner wants a law that would automatically suspend a cab driver’s license if that driver hurts or kills a pedestrian.AlertMe