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Police, MADD join in red ribbon drive against drunk driving

The Fatality Analysis Reporting System reports that 30 percent of all traffic fatalities in 2013 were due to drunk driving causes. The New York State Police have joined hands with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to wage a red ribbon campaign in the state this holiday season. The ribbons are being given out to remind people about the ominous hazards of drunk driving, particularly over the party-filled holidays.

Higher pedestrian injury numbers bring increased safety plans

There has been a nationwide increase in pedestrian deaths from traffic accidents since 2009. Recently, such deaths are running about 15 percent higher than in 2009. Transportation officials in New York and other cities are studying the problem and making changes designed to lower the incidence of pedestrian injury and death.

Alleged DWI driver causes pedestrian injury to 5 people

New York Police Department reported the arrest of a 34-year-old woman who caused mayhem on 34th Street on a recent Wednesday evening. The woman is now facing charges of DWI and leaving an accident scene, along with operating a vehicle unlawfully. According to witnesses, the convertible she drove was completely out of control as she raced down the street and caused pedestrian injury to several people.

Pedestrian injury problems aired for Lincoln Center area

The new mayor's aggressive plan for improving traffic safety in New York City is moving forward. A major intersection in the Lincoln Center area of New York City is attracting numerous calls for re-designing the maze of intersecting streets so that pedestrians and bicyclists may be more secure in accessing the area. In past years, there have been numerous cases of pedestrian injury in the area.  

Car accident on I-190 involves 50 vehicles, causes 7 injuries

New York drivers are typically experienced with snow and icy conditions. Probably the most important factor for driving in bad weather is to drive very defensively. One should reduce speed immediately when slippery conditions appear. To avoid a car accident, it is wise to drive as though each car on the road is a potential danger, and to be ready to maneuver one's vehicle away from perceived trouble spots.

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