Wrong way driving
Police in Suffolk County arrested two people in separate DWI incidents Sunday morning.
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.