Long Island Expressway
The wreck happened Wednesday in the eastbound lanes where the L.I.E. meets the William Floyd Parkway at exit 68.
Part of the Long Island Expressway remained closed in both directions late Wednesday night, several hours after a fiery multi-vehicle crash left a woman dead and nearly three dozen others injured.
Limited commuter rail service on Metro-North and the Long Island Rail Road has resumed with limited subway service set to resume Thursday.
The foundation says $20,000 each will be given to the 18-year-old son and 21-year-old daughter of Officer Joseph Olivieri, a Nassau County police officer who was struck and killed by a vehicle on the Long Island Expressway.
It was an emotional goodbye at the funeral for Officer Joseph Olivieri at St. Joseph Church in Ronkonkoma Monday.
A sea of blue is expected to dominate Ronkonkoma, as a police officer killed on the Long Island Expressway is laid to rest.
Bail was set at $120,000 for 25-year-old James Ryan. He was arraigned in First District Court in Hempstead on vehicular manslaughter, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a control substance, driving while intoxicated and other charges.
Officer Joseph Olivieri was apparently struck after he got out of his patrol car to investigate the accident that closed the eastbound lanes of the expressway.
More than 30 years after singer-songwriter Harry Chapin died in a car crash on the Long Island Expressway, his music still resonates. His legacy of giving lives on, too.
The sign replacement project will begin at the city line heading east-bound. There will be lane closures as crews work on the upgrades one mile at a time, from 10:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. five nights a week.
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The school bus hit several cars, then struck a Q23 bus at the intersection of 108th Street and the Horace Harding Expressway in Corona. The driver of the school bus then tried to drive away, but was stopped a short time later, according to the MTA.
Jose Escobar never looked up once as he sat in Suffolk County Court in Riverhead on Wednesday. He faces up to 25 years in prison.
It was a head-on collision between a black Honda and a gray Mercedes, and it was the Honda that was going the wrong way. The car entered at Exit 41 North going eastbound.