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On June 15, 2006, at about 2:30 p.m., Cornelius James was walking on the sidewalk at West 66th Street between West End and Amsterdam Avenues in Manhattan. Two cars collided and one car mounted the sidewalk and struck the pedestrian.   Mr. James, a 31 year old attendant at a blood bank, was thrown eight feet into the air, bounced off the car’s hood and landed on the ground. He was taken by ambulance to…