Employees at a Staten Island hospital spent the day preparing for disaster on Monday.
The trooper suffered minor injuries in the accident, while the other driver apparently was not hurt.
One victim was shot twice in the stomach and once in the chest, while the other had a leg wound.
Six-year-old Colin Flood has been in the hospital undergoing chemotherapy since December 23, 2011.
The accident occurred in Jersey City, in the area of Essex and Van Vorst streets.
Nick Cannon has been transported to a Los Angeles hospital for further treatment after suffering from what’s being described as “minor kidney failure.”
The bill would add MDPV and Mephedrone to the list of controlled substances. Thirty-four states including New York have banned bath salts already.
Police are investigating how a 4-year-old special needs boy was left on a school bus for as long as five hours before being discovered by a maintenance worker
Police said the man was shot once in the chest inside a playground near South Seventh Avenue and West Fourth Street in Mount Vernon.
Nassau County police said the children, ages 10 and 2, were playing in the driveway of their Cedarhurst home when the accident occurred.
Police said four young men were walking back from a party in the Jamaica section of Queens when the gunman opened fire with a .40-caliber gun shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday.
Police said 30-year-old Thomas Dunikowski became embroiled in an argument with the teens that escalated into a physical altercation. They said Dunikowski returned to his home, got his rifle, and fired at the teens from his second floor window.
A bill passed a week ago by the state Senate was cleared by the Assembly Health Committee. It now needs to be approved by the full Assembly before being delivered to the governor to be signed into law.
The NYPD was looking for a driver who left the scene after fatally mowing down a pedestrian at a Brooklyn intersection.
New Jersey is the first state to require hospitals to check newborns for congenital heart defects. Gov. Chris Christie signed the measure into law, requiring hospitals to perform a test which determines the amount of oxygen in the blood before a newborn is discharged.