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Fatal accident leaves 1 dead, driver under suicide watch

A 29-year-old New York man who drove his high-priced Porsche into the rear of a parked bus in Queens is being held in prison under a suicide watch as he awaits a hearing on DWI and vehicular manslaughter charges. After leaving a bar where he admitted to drinking six beers and three shots, he attempted to drive a female passenger to her home. At the scene of the fatal accident, upon seeing that his passenger was dead, he reportedly tried but failed to strangle himself to death with the string from his hoodie, according to police.

Families of bus accident victims may have wrongful death claims

Red flags went up for New York City traffic officials in November when public transit buses killed four pedestrians who were crossing the street in four separate accidents that month. In 2014, there were eight pedestrian deaths during the year from transit buses. In those cases where the negligence of bus drivers was a substantial factor in causing a pedestrian death, the decedent's estate may assert a wrongful death claim to pursue financial relief for the death of the loved one.

Wrongful death and injury claims may increase NYC traffic safety

Transportation Alternatives is a watchdog group that follows the prosecutorial practices of New York City authorities against reckless and dangerous drivers who cause serious physical injury and death to pedestrians and bicyclists in the city. TA has issued a recent report, indicating that authorities in all of the boroughs are letting many drivers who are criminally responsible get away with their offenses without charges. For example, the report documents numerous accidents involving the wrongful death or serious injury of children and others that resulted in no charges being brought.

Fatal accident claims the life of New York woman

The change to standard time on Nov. 1 may have impacted more than just our sleep patterns. The Chief of the New York Police Department Transportation Bureau has speculated that it may have had something to do with the recent increase of fatal accident occurrences in the city. Since Nov. 1, at least 11 people have been killed in traffic accidents in the city.

Driver kills 1, injures 11 in Thanksgiving night fatal accident

It is always distressing to see the senseless human tragedy that is caused by a reckless motorist who runs amok for no apparent reason. In those rare occurrences, the motor vehicle may become as dangerous a weapon as a rapid-fire gun. The perpetrator can run up a toll of many persons injured and even killed. That is what happened in a fatal accident that occurred in New York City on Thanksgiving evening.

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