New York State Thruway
Two people were killed in a multi-vehicle crash on the New York State Thruway in Suffern Thursday morning.
A car flipped over and got caught under a semi-trailer truck on the New York State Thruway in Yonkers Friday afternoon, leaving three people injured and snagging traffic.
An accident involving a tractor-trailer shut down all northbound lanes of the Thruway in Rockland County during the morning rush hour Wednesday.
A contingent of plows and personnel from Suffolk County is headed north to help with snow removal in Buffalo.
The Tri-State area is facing a bitter cold day as a ferocious storm dumped massive piles of snow on parts of upstate New York.
The New York State Thruway Authority said that an electronic error led to some 35,000 drivers being overcharged by a small amount.
Richard Christopher, 32, of Suffern, was behind the wheel of a pickup truck when he drove the wrong way and crashed into a car driven by James DeVito, police said.
The shooter may have been in an SUV, according to state police.
A seemingly routine traffic stop in Orange County resulted in the arrest of a Paterson, New Jersey man wanted for attempted murder, New York State Police said.
Road crews will conduct overnight repairs over the next two weeks. As a result, there will be some lane closures from Nyack to Spring Valley between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The accident, which involved a Thruway Authority plow truck, two tractor-trailers and four cars, happened around 10:45 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 87 near exit 16 in Woodbury, police said.
The accident happened just before 11 a.m. Wednesday at exit 16 in Woodbury.
A jackknifed tractor trailer snagged the New York State Thruway in West Nyack Monday evening.
Deirdre O’Neil was traveling southbound on the New York State Thurway around 3 p.m., where a confused motorist was driving for eight miles in the wrong direction, police said.
The State of New York has announced a new, high-tech effort to combat wrong-way crashes, using radar, flashy LED signs, and text alerts to drivers’ cellphones and the resources of local police.