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Alleged drunk driver causes critical injuries in New York crash

Most people are aware that if they are intoxicated and choose to get behind the wheel of a car, they are endangering themselves and others. Yet reports of drunk driving accidents are still constantly in the news. In a recent New York accident, an alleged drunk driver slammed into another vehicle that was stopped on the shoulder of Interstate 287. The 22-year-old man, who is from a neighboring state, is in custody in lieu of $100,000 bond as he awaits a hearing for charges of drunk driving and vehicular assault.

Pedestrian accident in Manhattan kills woman on her birthday

A fatal pedestrian accident is not how a family expects a loved one's birthday to end. However, this is exactly what happened when a woman and her boyfriend went for an afternoon walk in the East Harlem area of Manhattan recently. The woman's birthday came to an abrupt end when she became yet another pedestrian accident victim. She was struck by a vehicle while walking back to her apartment.

Fatal hit-and-run collisions increase 13.7 percent in 2 years

A fatal motor vehicle accident not only ends one life, but forever alters the lives of the friends and family that loved the victim. It is fairly safe to assume that any New York resident would like to see the number of these horrific accidents go down. Good news, it has been doing just that over the past few years.

Feds: Lack of oversight contributes to truck, bus crashes

The federal agency in charge of inspecting commercial trucks and buses has not been doing enough to keep our highways and streets safe, the National Transportation Safety Board says. It's calling for a probe into why the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is failing to notice and respond decisively to red flags indicating substandard trucking and bus companies.

A minor car accident doesn't always mean minor injuries

You’re driving down the road, and as you’re about to make your way through that intersection you have been through a thousand times, another driver T-bones you from the left. He didn’t see the red light. The accident is shocking, but you handle it well: pull over on the side of the road, call the police and exchange insurance information, and when the police officer asks you how you feel, you say, “I’m fine.”

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