The incident took place at around 10 a.m. at 7th Avenue and 15th Street in Chelsea, EMS officials said.
Residents in parts of Brooklyn have said enough is enough when it comes to trash littering their neighborhoods.
The victim was pinned between the two vehicles and suffered a broken right leg and arm, his left leg was crushed above knee and nearly required amputation. The 27-year-old man was taken to Bellevue Hospital where he was stabilized.
New Yorkers are crying foul over a sanitation policy that they say needs to be trashed.
Ricky Cernera was released without bail after pleading not guilty Thursday to grand larceny, perjury and other charges.
After 18 inches of snow fell in Greenwich, town officials told the Greenwich Time that they expect the cleanup to use up half of its $700,000 snow budget.
Roughly 287 sanitation workers were to be let go Dec. 23 and their jobs were to be outsourced to a private company.
With NYC’s budget director saying he fears Albany’s money problems could result in another $2B cut to the city, Bloomberg says he’ll let you know what’s about to happen.
In an effort to take a big bite out of the Big Apple’s budget deficit, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is calling for massive cutbacks and thousands of layoffs — including teachers.
New York City’s Sanitation Department says it will put more workers on the streets by reassigning supervisors and adding 100 new hires for trash and snow removal.
A fire on a West Side pier sent smoke billowing over Manhattan on Saturday. The blaze broke out just after 3 p.m. on a sanitation pier on 57th Street.