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Car accident on Brooklyn Bridge results in at least 6 injured

Residents of New York City who live in Manhattan and go into Brooklyn in the morning to work, visit or shop found themselves somewhat stymied on Monday morning, Aug. 17. The lanes to Brooklyn on the Brooklyn Bridge were closed down due to a car accident. A Honda automobile had been disabled on the right-hand eastbound lane at about 4:50 a.m. when a Lexus traveling east rammed into it.

Fatal accident upstate allegedly caused by negligent driver

Drivers in New York are generally responsible for the safety of their passengers and others in or near the roadway. Unfortunately, some drivers ignore that obligation. Disobeying the rules of the road can lead to a fatal accident for which the driver can be held responsible.

Reduction of pedestrian accident numbers is goal of Vision Zero

On July 14, a group called Families for Safe Streets held a vigil attended by hundreds of people at Union Square in New York City. That group was joined by another advocacy group, Transportation Alternatives, in making the case for safer streets and smaller pedestrian accident numbers. The gathering also met to support the program of Mayor de Blasio called Vision Zero, which intends to reduce the number of traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries down to zero by the year 2024.  

Woman to run marathon to support fatal accident prevention

The tragedy of high pedestrian and bicyclist deaths in New York City continues to be a controversial problem for many concerned groups and individuals. One woman who lost her fiancé in a hit-and-run incident in New York City has started a nonprofit project to rally support for Traffic Alternatives, a group that is committed to fighting fatal accident numbers in the city. The group promotes bicycling, walking and using public transit instead of an automobile.

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