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Fatal accident numbers favorably affected by Vision Zero

Vision Zero is a plan devised by the de Blasio administration to ultimately eliminate New York City traffic deaths. The Mayor can take some satisfaction in seeing that the fatal accident numbers have in fact fallen in most neighborhoods through the five boroughs from 2013, when the plan was implemented, through the end of 2014. In large sections of Queens, northern Manhattan and southeast Brooklyn, the number of fatal accidents either decreased or stayed the same.

Driver distraction could have caused reporter's fatal accident

The recent death of "60 Minutes" reporter Bob Simon will spark investigations to get to the cause of the tragedy. He died while riding in a Lincoln Town Car that was operated by a 44-year-old Afghan immigrant. The fatal accident occurred on the West Side Highway in New York City when the Lincoln veered toward the center lane and hit a Mercedes that was stopped at a red light.

Man hit by 2 different vehicles in New York pedestrian accident

Pedestrians can be found crossing the streets of New York at all times of the day and night. Although pedestrians should follow street crossing rules, it is also up to motorists to keep a watchful eye out for individuals crossing the street and yield accordingly. When this does not happen, it can result in a tragic pedestrian accident

Train and car collide, 6 dead in New York fatal accident

A recent Tuesday evening was a time of tragedy when a commuter train and a sport utility vehicle collided on the tracks north of New York City. The fatal accident left six people dead and 12 others injured. Governor Cuomo described it as a truly gruesome scene. Still, considering the gravity of the circumstances, authorities said that it is miraculous that more passengers were not injured or killed.

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