The widow of a city Department of Sanitation worker who was crushed to death by a runaway street sweeper won a $41.5 million negligence award against the city Tuesday.

The Queens jury granted the massive sum to Bina Frosch, who lost her husband Steven Frosch, 43, when the vehicle pinned him inside a city garage in Maspeth in June 2014. At the time, the couple’s four children were ages 11, 8, 3 and 7 weeks.

“The loss has been unbearable for me and my four children, and it always will be,” Bina Frosch told The Post.





Marsh, Julia (2017, October 24). Widow of city worker killed by street sweeper awarded $41.5M. Retrieved from URL –