A Brooklyn grand jury decided against pressing criminal charges against the Hasidic driver of the car that killed a black child in the Crown Heights neighborhood, sparking days of fierce rioting.

The grand jury, which had mulled charges of third-degree assault and criminally negligent homicide in the death of 7-year-old Gavin Cato, Thursday cleared the Hasidic motorist, Yosef Lifsh, 22, after he told them his version of what happened the night of Aug. 19.