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By Jared Foretek
The Brooklyn Paper
when her Vespa was slammed by a speeding SUV that witnesses said ran a red light.
Witnesses said that McKay-Dalton had the green light.
two other witnesses “were pretty adamant” that McKay-Dalton, who was wearing a helmet, had the green light
Police do not plan to file charges against him.  adding that there were no witnesses to the crash.
the driver of the SUV had a gun in a holster.
Police said he is not a member of the NYPD
the car is registered to the Treasury Department.
A Treasury spokesman would not comment
. And one of the witnesses says the cop on the scene could not have cared less about what she observed at the intersection of Clinton and DeKalb Avenue, where Aileen McKay-Dalton, 40, lost her life.
"The officer told me, 'You can stay or you can go, I don’t really care,'" witness Tara Simoncic tells the Brooklyn Paper. Simoncic stayed, and the officer eventually took her statement, but in the end there were no charges filed against the unidentified driver, who may be a member of a federal law enforcement agency.