The Williamsbridge section of the Bronx saw two frightening attacks with bricks or rocks this past weekend, and two people said they were lucky they escaped serious injury.
With 15 stitches and an eye swollen shut, Myra Flores wants Larchmont drivers to beware of what she’s calling a crumbling overpass.
Cars have been getting drenched with chalky, white liquid concrete as they have passed under the Staten Island Expressway, and motorists are fit to be tied.
The incident happened just before midnight Thursday at a McDonald’s on Peninsula Boulevard in Hempstead.
Responding officers found the victim with clothing piled on top him and hardened cement on top of the clothing, law enforcement officials said.
State Department of Transportation crews spent most of Monday repairing a stretch of buckled roadway on busy Route 25 at the intersection with Route 347 in Lake Grove.
Five blocks of the Coney Island boardwalk will soon no longer be made of boards.
A thick layer of sand still covers much of the boardwalk at Coney Island, but it is what lies beneath that was sparking the debate nearly five weeks after Superstorm Sandy.
A concrete-testing lab allegedly faked results for concrete used for the Second Avenue subway line, as well as the Lincoln Tunnel, the new Yankee Stadium, and a LaGuardia Airport control tower.
People flock to Coney Island to escape the concrete jungle.