Girl, 7, Dies After Choking At Brooklyn School; Search On For AnswersA 7-year-old girl has died days after choking at her school in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and the attorney for her family was looking for answers Saturday.
Police: Man Asked For Sexual Favors, Choked Woman In Crown HeightsPolice were searching Wednesday for a man who allegedly asked a woman for sexual favors, and then choked her when she refused, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Police: Man Grabbed, Choked Woman On Upper West SidePolice were searching Thursday for a suspect who allegedly sneaked up behind a woman on the Upper West Side and tried to strangle her.
TSA Agent Helps Save Woman Who Choked On Doughnut At JFK AirportOne woman is likely going to say "no thanks" if offered a free doughnut on Friday.
Tenafly, N.J., Police Save Man From Choking On ThanksgivingA Thanksgiving meal almost cost a man in New Jersey his life, if not for some quick action by police.
NYC Student Dies After Choking At Brooklyn SchoolAuthorities say a 21-year-old student has died after choking at a Brooklyn school.
Police: Man Robbed, Choked 76-Year-Old Woman In Bronx ApartmentThe victim complied and showed the suspect where she had her money, and fled with $500, police said.
Woman Attacked While Taking Pictures In Inwood Hill ParkA woman was reportedly attacked and choked in Inwood Hill Park Saturday morning, in an incident that was documented by neighbors on social media.
Hero Brother, Mason Shirhall, Shares Life-Saving Tips On Visit To WLNY's The CouchA 7-year-old is being called a hero for leaping to his action when he saw his big brother choking. What he did is a lesson for kids and parents everywhere. The Shirhall family visited The Couch on Tuesday to talk about their incredible experience and the importance of teaching kids first aid.
MTA Police Save Choking Baby On Metro-North PlatformTragedy was averted Sunday, thanks to the quick action of two MTA police officers, WCBS 880's Alex Silverman reported.
East Orange 8th Grader Saves Choking TeacherUsually, it's the teachers who are watching out for the well-being of their students, but in the case of New Jersey eighth-grader Melvin Covin, it's the other way around.