Wrong way driving
Sen. Charles Fuschillo from Long Island is urging of the state Assembly to pass his bill that would make wrong-way driving a felony, either knowingly or because of intoxication.
New York transportation officials will inspect all 450 entrance and exit ramps on Long Island following a wave of wrong-way drunken driving arrests.
A Long Island prosecutor is calling for state legislation that would make wrong-way driving a specific traffic offense.
This time, a 43-year-old North Bellmore man was arrested after going in the wrong direction on Sunrise Highway and crashing into another car.
On Tuesday night police were launching a crackdown on wrong-way drivers following a series of incidents across Long Island.
On Tuesday, Long Island’s district attorneys called for new studies and harsher penalties for wrong-way drunk drivers after charges were upgraded against a man accused of killing an NYPD officer.
The children of a Long Island man who was killed by a drunk driver going the wrong way are on a mission to spare anyone else the same nightmare.