Seven people were killed on April 29, 2012 when a minivan lost control and plummeted over 12 feet from a Bronx River Parkway overpass, eventually coming to a halt in the Bronx Zoo, law enforcement stated. Three of the deaths derived from the one-vehicle accident were children, said spokesman of the Fire Department, Jim Long. [...]Show More Summary
Updated 4:37 p.m. ET: Seven people are dead after a minivan flew off the Bronx River Parkway around 12:30 p.m., fire officials told NBC 4 New York. The van fell 100 to 150 feet to a wooded area in the Bronx Zoo tram yard, according to media reports. The seven victims were …
Seven people are dead after a car plunged over 100 feet off the Bronx River Parkway and landed in a ravine early this afternoon. According to an NYPD spokesperson, the car was carrying four adults and three children and was traveling...Show More Summary
A van crashed at the Bronx Zoo earlier this afternoon after driving off an overpass on the Bronx River Parkway and falling nearly 60 feet — into the Zoo itself, early news reported. (It's now believed the vehicle crashed just south of the Zoo.) Seven fatalities, including three children, have ... More »
A van flew off an elevated portion of New York's Bronx River Parkway Sunday afternoon, falling 150 feet before landing in a horrific crash that left seven people dead, multiple news outlets reported. The accident, near the Bronx Zoo, happened at about 12:30 p.m. local time, authorities said. It's not clear what caused the crash. [...]
Seven people are dead after a van flew off the Bronx River Parkway around 12:30 p.m., fire officials told NBC 4 New York. The van fell 50 feet to the street below, just south of the Bronx Zoo, according to media reports. The seven victims are believed to have been in the …
As many as seven people were believed to have been killed after a vehicle went over the Bronx River Parkway Sunday afternoon.
Yesterday, it was reported that an off-duty police officer hit a divider on the Bronx River Parkway, overturning the vehicle that held him and his partner. Though police officers at the scene determined that Office Rafael Casiano had been drinking—he admitted he "had a few drinks"—he was not given a Breathalyzer until nine hours later. Show More Summary
Officer Rafael Casiano was off-duty and driving his personal vehicle on the Bronx River Parkway on Friday, when his car skidded on a rain-slicked road, hit a divider, and flipped over. Investigators at the scene determined that Casiano had been drinking. Show More Summary
An off duty Bronx cop was arrested and charged with a DWI after a car crash yesterday that left his partner in a medically-induced coma. Officer Rafael Casiano was driving his personal vehicle on the Bronx River Parkway near the Cross Bronx Expressway around 4:30 p.m when his car skidded, hit a divider, and flipped. [ more › ]
An up-and-coming Democratic politician from the Bronx drove off of the Bronx River Parkway, allegedly after a fight with a lady friend, yesterday morning. Bronx district leader Michael Robles, 28, and a 22-year-old female companion survived the 30-foot fall without a scratch. Show More Summary
Photo: The floods that inundated the city's northern and western suburbs also shut down the Bronx River Parkway on Friday morning.
It's been nearly four weeks since an off-duty cop with a BAC of 0.16 smashed his car on the Bronx River Parkway, killing himself and another cop and injuring four passengers, and the victims have yet to hear anything from the cops. The...Show More Summary
Those blood alcohol tests finally came back, and it can safely be concluded that the off-duty cop that crashed on the Bronx River Parkway was intoxicated at the time. In fact, Hoyong Kim's blood alcohol content was 0.16—twice the legal limit. Show More Summary
Officers Hoyoung Kim and Edwin Paulino, who were killed in a crash on the Bronx River Parkway, had been at a surprise party thrown for another cop before getting in their car with four other passengers. The party, thrown by Kenneth Ingram, was so loud it frustrated neighbors. Show More Summary
Yesterday's crash on the Bronx River Parkway that killed two off-duty NYPD cops and left four in critical condition may have been caused by drunk driving, according to the surviving passengers. Edwin Paulino, 25, and Kim Hoyoung, 32, of Harlem's 32nd precinct, were pinned inside the car after it slammed into a guard rail. Show More Summary
Two cops were killed and four civilians were injured when a 2009 Nissan Altima overturned near 233rd Street early this morning. Five passengers were ejected from the car after it slammed into the guard rail, and one was pinned inside. Show More Summary
Two off-duty police officers were killed and four women were seriously injured in a one-car accident on the Bronx River Parkway on Sunday morning, only hours after another officer was hurt on duty.
When we reported Tuesday that a fourth sick, emaciated goat had been found wandering in the area of Pelham Bay Park near the Hutchinson River Parkway in the Bronx, one commenter provided a possible explanation for the mystery: "These goats aren't 'escaping' from anywhere. Show More Summary
Courtesy Farm Sanctuary Yet another wandering goat has been found in Pelham Bay Park, near the junction of I-95 South and the Hutchinson River Parkway in the Bronx. The white male goat, seen here, is estimated to be approximately two years old and suffering from what appears to be an advanced upper respiratory infection. Show More Summary