By now you've heard the tragic headlines. A middle-aged woman accidentally drove her van off the side of the Bronx River Parkway yesterday, killing herself and everyone aboard - her parents, her sister, her daughter and two nieces. You may have also read statements by Robert Sinclair, president of the Automobile Club of New York, that the Parkway "lacks modern transportation engineering features" because it was conceived in 1907 and opened in 1925 as "the first limited access multilane highway in the U.
A Bronx man died after colliding with another jet ski on the Hutchinson River yesterday afternoon. The Post says that "Nelson Aquilar, 37, was riding with his 14-year-old daughter, Ashley" in Eastchester Bay when "they were then acc... Read Post
A van plunged more than 50? from the Bronx River Parkway into the Bronx Zoo on Sunday. Seven people, three generations of the same Bronx family, headed to a family reunion were all killed in the tragic crash. Juan Gonzalez, whose f... Read Post