In the wake of a curb-hopping crash that took the life of a teenager, locals are calling for studies and action on what they say are the dangerous roads around high schools and LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City, Queens.
Police on Monday identified and released a photo of a suspect in a hit-and-run crash that wiped away a young family in Brooklyn – leaving the Tri-State Area stunned.
A young Orthodox Jewish couple expecting their first child was killed in a car crash in Williamsburg as they headed to the hospital.
A manwas struck by an SUV when it jumped the curb in front of the Sacks Fifth Avenue flagship location in Midtown Manhattan.
The crash happened around 11:30 a.m. on 110th Street in South Ozone Park.
Bystanders heroically lifted the car with their hands after the incident on the sidewalk, while the car was going in reverse.
The car was traveling north on Sixth Avenue when the driver ran a red light at 50th Street and rammed into the shuttle van, police said.
Suffolk County police said Kenneth Espada, 24, was behind the wheel of a 1997 Ford Taurus when his car veered across the road and hit a tree.
Madricka Watson, 10, was trying to cross a busy street with her brother in Hempstead after school five years ago when she was hit by a car. She is now bound to a wheelchair, unable to walk or talk.
Gregory Brandel, 35, was driving westbound on Fulton Street around 11:30 p.m. when he collided with a car driven by 58-year-old Patricia Fuzia, police said.
Ed Mooney, 52, said Dan Glover, 24, was just the sort of person who would donate his organs.
East Hampton Town Police say Threlkeld, 74, was heading north on the Cross Highway at around 8:18 a.m. when his Mini Cooper crashed with a propane tanker.
On Monday night a Rockland County teenager had his world come crashing down, literally. A car blasted through the wall of his ground floor bedroom while he was relaxing after a long day of classes. His room is now a disaster, even by teenage standards.
Loved ones said Jason Trinca — now a widower — must somehow muster the strength to raise the two little-ones left alone. Christopher, 2, and Maria, 4, were the only survivors of the violent car crash.
Candles, music and tears were present on a football field of grief in Manorville Tuesday as people mourned the death of 30-year-old Keri Trinca and her 7-year-old son, Jason, who were killed in a crash.