The woman is dragged to death while the driver continues to drive a quarter of a mile as she cries out for help and is left on the side of the road
- Donnell Hicks, 26, is accused of leaving the scene of a fatal accident
- Pedestrian Ann Marie Christina, 38, was killed on Long Island on Monday
- Cops say that Hicks dragged Christina under his bus for blocks before he stopped
- He is a director of AutoZone who did deliveries at the time
A delivery person for AutoZone has been accused of dragging a woman a quarter of a mile under his bus as she screamed for help.
Long Island wife Ann Marie Christina was left for death on the side of the road after being trapped Monday under the delivery van in Northern Babylon.
Delivery person Donnell Hicks, 26, has since been accused of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death.
Police say Hicks was driving a 2017 Dodge Ram work bus when he hit Christina and her friend Eric Krems when he got out of the AutoZone at 1:00 AM.
Krems told the investigators that Hicks ignored his screams when he clutched him, and continued along Deer Park Avenue with Christina trapped under the vehicle.
Donnell Hicks, 26, is accused of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death during the Monday incident in North Babylon, Long Island
Ann Marie Christina, 38, (left and right) was found dead a quarter of a mile from the AutoZone parking lot where police
Hicks made a right hand to Shade Street in Deer Park, where Christina disappeared from the van and, according to police, came to rest in the roadway.
Hicks continued his route and found himself at another AutoZone in Ronkonkoma at 1.57 p.m.
Christina was rushed to the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, where she was declared dead.
Krems, 40, was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and released from the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center.
Hicks, a resident of the Springfield Garden neighborhood of Queens, was arrested and detained overnight.
The police will respond to the AutoZone on Monday after a woman has been beaten and dragged
The scene a quarter of a mile away is taped where the body of Christina was found
Hicks has been an AutoZone employee for six years and has no criminal record
He was sued Tuesday at the first court in Central Islip, where the bail was set at $ 100,000.
According to Hicks' lawyer, he has been an AutoZone employee for six years and does not have a criminal record WCBS TV.
A group at the court on behalf of Hicks solemnly walked away without commenting for the cameras.
An AutoZone spokesperson did not immediately respond to a message on Tuesday for comments from DailyMail.com.
Hicks must appear in court on 2 August.
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