One man was killed early Saturday when a minivan slammed into him in a hit-and-run in the Bronx.
Three pedestrians were injured early Saturday when a hit-and-run driver plowed into them on Long Island, according to a published report.
A 71-year-old man is dead, after being struck while waiting for a bus in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn this week.
A biker was killed Wednesday afternoon in a violent crash on Houston Street, on the northern edge of SoHo.
Police have requested the aid of the public in finding two men who robbed a woman and pushed her to the ground in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn.
“Anyone who thinks minivans are uncool has never seen mine.” – Dan and his decked out Toyota Sienna
Witnesses say the limousine crashed into the Mega Mini Market on Guy R. Brewer Boulevard in Springfield Gardens after being cut off by a minivan.
Police say a Morningside Heights man is under arrest for carjacking a minivan in the Bronx with a 3-year-old boy still inside the vehicle.
Investigators say the suspect jumped into a Honda Odyssey in the Bronx Saturday afternoon, then sped off with a 3-year-old in the back seat.
A Bronx mother was double-parked with her engine running outside her flower shop Saturday when a carjacker got behind the wheel.
An accident left a minivan a charred shell of metal and broken glass, but thanks to the actions of a Good Samaritan, Jennifer Vasquez and her 2-month-old son Raphael were rescued from the vehicle with no serious injuries.
Police arrested the driver on an outstanding warrant for another matter. He was also issued a summons for careless driving.
Five-year-old Landon, two-year-old Lance and 11-month-old Laianna were killed nearly two weeks ago when their mother loaded them into a minivan and drove it into the Hudson.
The mother of four was buried without the three children she killed at the request of their father — who did not attend her funeral.
Armstrong posted on her Facebook page a half hour before the murder-suicide: “I’m so sorry everyone forgive me please for what I’m gonna do… This is it!”