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2 arrested in death of teen fatally struck by ambulette in the Bronx

The BRONX — Police arrested two men in the death of a 17-year-old who was pushed in front of an ambulette in the Bronx.

Obeb Adames and Mario Almonte were arrested Sunday for their alleged involvement in Angel Reyes-Godoy’s death.

Reyes-Godoy, of the Bronx, was discovered by cops shortly before 7 p.m. Monday near 194th Street and Bainbridge Avenue in the Jerome Park section of the Bronx. Reyes-Godoy suffered severe head trauma and was transported to a hospital where he later died.

According to police, the teen was attacked by several people who pushed him onto the street, where he was struck by a 2009 Ford ambulance truck.

Adames, 18, faces assault and disorderly conduct charges and Almonte, 20,  faces murder, robbery and assault charges.

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