Two men were struck and killed by vehicles in separate accidents in Manhattan and the Bronx Sunday morning.
A West Milford police dive team doing a routine practice drill found her body inside a 2004 Toyota Camry at the bottom of the Monksville Reservoir in Passaic County around 3 p.m. Wednesday.
The body was inside a Toyota Camry that was submerged in about 18 feet of water at the bottom of the Monksville Reservoir. The car was caked with mud and its front windshield and hood were smashed.
A law enforcement official said there was an M-4 assault rifle in the trunk of the grey 2010 Toyota Camry and possibly a bulletproof vest, WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman reported.
The deceased driver of an Acura that blew threw a red light in Gravesend, Brooklyn, and caused a violent crash that also took the lives of two others, was identified Sunday as a 21-year-old man.
Police said five cars and a house in a usually quiet city in Bergen County were torched early Sunday morning, CBS2′s Dick Brennan reported.
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Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi said police believe the deceased individual to be a Hispanic male in his 20′s or 30′s.
Two men who tried to flee from a traffic stop died after their car crashed yesterday on Long Island.