A mixed bag of weather confronted commuters Monday morning after a weather system overnight brought snow, freezing rain and sleet across the Tri-State area.
Questionnaires will soon be handed out to drivers at rest stops along Interstate 84 in Hartford and Interstate 95 in the southwestern part of the state to analyze driving patterns.
Fire crews in Fairfield, Conn., frantically worked early Saturday to rescue several people who were trapped after a crash involving a semi-trailer truck and a car.
In day two of testimony, Sonia Barlow of Old Saybrook told the court she and her husband observed the World Wide Tours bus swerving and straddling lanes.
Assistant District Attorney Gary Weil said a tour bus driver’s “reckless behavior” caused a crash that killed 15 people in the Bronx last year.
A major construction project on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is now under way, so get ready for some added stress and miles of backups all the way into New Jersey.
Starting late on Saturday night there will be plenty for drivers to deal with when crossing the George Washington Bridge into New York. It’s all because of construction, and the headache will continue into the fall.
A construction project starting this weekend on the New York side of the bridge is sure to create a traffic nightmare for commuters in New Jersey. And, it seems, many drivers are just learning about it.
Officer Troy Strauser has been home recovering from the injuries sustained in the May 17 incident but it may be months, maybe even a year, before the 38-year-0ld can return to work.
While presenting a report on the March 12, 2011 accident in Washington on Monday, NTSB Chairman Debbie Hersman said the 2011 crash was “dramatic” and “deadly.”
The man being held in connection with the critical injury of police officer faced a judge, along with angry cops from the Stamford Police Department who attended his arraignment on Friday.
Police said a tractor-trailer heading southbound on I-95 was about to exit right onto a ramp for I-287. However, before it did, the truck lost a tire, which flew over the median and hit a car driven by 62-year-old Adele Mancuso of Toms River, N.J.
Sen. Charles Fuschillo from Long Island is urging of the state Assembly to pass his bill that would make wrong-way driving a felony, either knowingly or because of intoxication.
Virginia authorities have charged the driver of Tuesday’s fatal bus crash with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
Legislation was passed Thursday by the New York State Senate. The bill is in response to tour bus crashes in New York and other states.