A construction worker was shot dead on City Island Wednesday by a gunman whose bicycle escape was cut short when he was hit by a vehicle nearby, cops say.
Lizbeth Mass, 52, was shot multiple times while she was on her lunch break at City Island Avenue and City Island Road at about 12:45 p.m., according to cops.
The 67-year-old gunman — who wasn’t immediately identified — then jumped on a bicycle and tried to ride off, but was struck by a fellow construction worker behind the wheel of a car and arrested by cops soon after, according to sources.
Mass was taken to Jacobi hospital where she died, police said.
One of the other construction workers told The Post they were on lunch when the shooting unfolded.
“The guy on the bike, came up started hollering and just shot her! Then the guy in the car, the black Hyundai ran him over, jumped out and started kicking the s—t out of him,” said the worker, who asked not to be named.
Mass was a friendly face to local residents who worked at the site for more than a year, he added.
“Everybody smiles and waves at her because she wears a pink hard hat,” the worker said. “She’s a sweet person. I can’t believe this.”
The shooter was also taken to the hospital for injuries from the crash, cops said.
Cops believe the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute between the two.
A witness, who owns a nearby property but would not give his name, told The Post that the gunman used to bring lunch to the construction worker.
“This guy used to bring her sandwiches every day but then he brought bullets,” he said.
Gigi Lyons, a City Island resident, said the shooting was “unacceptable.”
“Who would ever do this to such a nice woman?”