A car in New York went out of control as it came down the road. It pun sideways and hit a tree. The impact was so violent that it tore the vehicle in half.
A man from Queens was involved in a multi-vehicle crash on a Saturday night, and he's now facing charges. The police department blames him for starting the chain-reaction wreck.
On average, six teen drivers will die today. Six died yesterday. This will happen every single day, all year long.
The holidays are upon us, and that unfortunately means that drinking and driving accidents can spike. Many people who go to parties, bars and social gatherings to celebrate have had more than they should before they get behind the wheel.
A multi-vehicle accident in New York involved a car that was actively running from the police and a city bus. The crash happened at around 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon.
A man in New York is facing criminal charges after a woman who was a passenger in his car passed away in an accident.
A police officer with the New York Police Department was heading to a Columbus Day Parade on a scooter. He wasn't working at the time, but the scooter was a department-issued vehicle and he was supposed to work at the parade.
Just looking at how many people pass away in car accidents can make it hard to really understand how likely you are to die in a crash. After all, though the numbers seem high, you know there are millions of drivers in New York alone, so you're wondering what the overall odds are. How likely are you to be killed in a fatal crash?
You hear about texting and driving. The problem of drinking and driving is constantly on the news. You've probably listened to news reports on the radio, driving to work and drinking your morning coffee on the commute, shaking your head at all of these distracted drivers.
The city is chaotic, loud and confusing. The countryside in upstate New York is quiet, peaceful and wide open. A trip across the city is stressful and there are thousands of other cars around you at all times; a trip in the country involves long stretches of open road with no one else in sight.