The cabdriver who plowed into a tourist near Rockefeller Center Tuesday, severing her foot, faces suspension of his hack license, possible criminal charges and will no longer be leased a taxi medallion.

"These collisions or accidents take some time to reconstruct, so that investigation is going forward," NYPD Police Commission Ray Kelly said Wednesday. Kelly indicated that criminal charges remained a possibility, as police personnel gather and examine video evidence

Witnesses of the grisly crash rushed to put the foot of the victim, Sian Green, a 23-year-old fashion trainnee from Leicester, England, but reattachment was not possible, Kelly said.

The Taxi & Limousine Commission is moving to suspend the hack license of the cabdriver, Mohammad Himon, 24, after accumulating seven DMV points on his driver's license, according to spokesman Allan Fromberg. Himon was involved in a Manhattan accident in which there was an injury in 2010 and fined $115 for driving 65 mph in a 45 mph zone in Manhattan in 2011, among other infractions, officials confirmed.

Himon owned his cab, but leased his medallion, and the medallion owner, NYC Taxi Group Inc., will no longer lease Himon a medallion "as a precaution," said Michael Woloz, spokesman for Metropolitan Board of Trade. Himon could not be located for comment. Himon was issued a summons for being an "unauthorized driver" and the NYC Taxi Group Inc. was also issued two summonses in the incident, said police.

Green's mother and father were expected to arrive in New York yesterday to see their daughter as she recovered at Bellevue Hospital Center, according to her hometown newspaper, the Leicester Mercury. William Donaghue, the father of Green's boyfriend, told the paper his son had talked to Green on the phone. "Sian is as upbeat as you can be about this, she is determined not to let this ruin her life," he said. --- with Newsday

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