A 7-year-old Queens boy was struck and killed moments after disembarking his school bus on April 17. The incident happened just before 3:15 p.m. at the intersection of Mott Ave. and Gipson St. in the borough's Far Rockaway neighborhood.
A city bus crashed into the storefront of a bagel shop in Queens early in the morning on April 7 injuring several people.
Have you heard that April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month this year? People need to be aware of the impact that cellphones and other distractions have on our ability to drive safely. They lead to many car accidents each year.
Cyclists worry about car accidents. It's just a reality of their chosen mode of transportation. In a place like New York, with the packed city streets and the chaos of urban life, there are going to be accidents involving cyclists. Some of these could lead to serious injuries.
A Rego Park couple is struggling to pick up the pieces after their 26-year-old daughter was allegedly struck and killed by a taxicab driver on Feb. 24.
Just last year, researchers with the website Localize.city published a report on some of the most dangerous intersections in Queens. Some in Jamaica, Flushing, Corona, Ridgewood and Jackson Heights had three-times the pedestrian or cyclist injury or death rates of all other ones in the New York City borough.
An 88-year-old man was struck and killed by a 40-year-old motorist as he walked about his Astoria neighborhood on Jan. 11.
Should you take yourself to the hospital after a car crash or let an ambulance take you? If you're only bumped and bruised and your car is functional, you may be tempted to take yourself. However, there are many benefits to taking an ambulance to the hospital as opposed to driving yourself.
Three people died, 17 were injured and the facade of a restaurant was destroyed when a private tour bus ran a red light at the intersection of Main Street and Northern Blvd., crashing into a city bus in Flushing during September of last year. While you'd think that it would only take a single crash to motivate the bus owner to clean up their act, a recent review of federal records shows that little has changed for them.
In October, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) published data from its Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS.) It showed that in 2017, most types of fatal motor vehicle accidents decreased. This includes speed-related and drunk-driving crashes. Sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and large trucks crashes went up as did crash rates in urban areas. Researchers have attempted to make sense of these increases.