I have friends and relatives with autistic kids, and if you didn't see it yourself, you wouldn't believe how fast they can cut and run. These parents must be so relieved -- and so thankful for the "guardian angels" who surrounded this...Show More Summary
A 6-year-old boy zoomed down the Bronx River Parkway in a toy ATV Sunday night and was saved when some quick-thinking motorists slowed him down.
And now, here's your "people in cars doing awesome stuff" feel-good story of the day: drivers on the Bronx River Parkway in New York this weekend saved a 6-year-old boy from a potentially nasty fate after he drove a toy ATV onto the highway. Good job, everybody! Read more...
It's been a big weekend for escaped minors enjoying their briefly pilfered freedom to the max. On Saturday, a 9-year-old boy had "the greatest day" of his life after breaking free from his family for a few blessed hours. Yesterday, a...Show More Summary
A coyote spotted dead on the side of the Bronx River Parkway Wednesday morning was likely the same one seen roaming a playground near Boston Post Rd. hours earlier.
Bicycle Sundays on the Bronx River Parkway will resume this fall for four consecutive Sundays, on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29.
Ten plastic bags containing a "red religious cloth" and human skeletal remains?including a skull?were found off the Bronx River Parkway yesterday. "My cousin was playing baseball, and on the way home, he walked past this skeleton and called me screaming," Awilda Cordero told the Post. "It was creepy." Pssh, Simpsons did it! [ more › ]
A veterinarian from The Bronx, New York, is accused of illegally dumping the carcasses of 35 euthanized house pets along the Hutchinson River Parkway in Westchester County. Dr Andrew Manesis, aged 66, of New Canaan, Connecticut, wasShow More Summary
Police are looking for a bearded man who attempted to kidnap a six-year-old yesterday. The incident took place near The Equality Charter School at 4140 Hutchinson River Parkway in the Bronx around 7 a.m. Friday. The suspect (who is said to be in his 50s) approached the six-year-old victim, grabbed him by the arm, and told him to come with him to his house. [ more › ]
The State Transportation Department will immediately begin building new concrete barriers along the Bronx River Parkway at the site of the horrific crash this past weekend. Seven family members were killed in the accident when their van vehicle flew over a guardrail and plunged sixty feet into a remote portion ... More »
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...Show More Summary
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 family was killed in the tragic Bronx Zoo van accident, was quoted by the [...]Show More Summary
Sunday's tragedy took the lives of seven people, all from one family. In 2006, six people were killed near the same spot. Last June, another went airborne there — but both people inside survived. Authorities are investigating.
Yesterday, a horrifying accident occurred on the Bronx River Parkway: A minivan traveling south near East 180th Street apparently hit a jersey barrier median, so the driver, Maria Gonzalez, 45, tried to correct the vehicle by turning right. Show More Summary
The SUV that plunged more than 50 feet from the Bronx River Parkway on Sunday--killing seven people from three generations of a Bronx family--was headed to a family reunion, stunned family members said.
Seven people, including three children, have been killed after an out-of-control van drove off a road and plunged more than 100ft into New York's Bronx Zoo. The van had been heading south down the Bronx River Parkway when it suddenly...Show More Summary
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 »