Milwaukee Father Of 4 Fatally Shot After Accidentally Hitting 2-Year-Old With Van This has to be one of the most awful stories we’ve heard in awhile. Via NY Daily News reports: A toddler struck and killed by a van
A Milwaukee driver was fatally shot, along with a teenager at the scene, after he hit a toddler who had run into the street, police said on Monday. The 41-year-old driver struck a 2-year-old on the city’s northwest side at about 5 p.m. local time on Sunday, a police spokesman said. The man...
A 61-year-old pedestrian is dead and the driver who killed him remains at large after a hit-and-run crash in Queens last night. Police say the victim, who remains unnamed pending family notification, was crossing 46th Avenue midblock, just east of Utopia Parkway. Show More Summary
The Bronx District Attorney's Office has not charged a green taxi driver who fatally struck a 5-year-old girl and a 25-year-old man last month, even after the Taxi and Limousine Commission stripped him of his TLC license. [ more › ]
Fairfax County police have identified a woman who died in a crash over the weekend in the Burke area.Dilbar Noory, 19, of Woodbridge died at the scene of the crash, near the intersection of Lee Chapel Road and Fairfax County Parkway. Read full article >>
Taki Inoue, perhaps the worst driver in F1 history, makes what seems like a joke about Nissan GT Academy program grad and significantly better driver/human, Jann Mardenborough, who crashed earlier in an a fatal accident at the Nürburgring that in no way appears to be his fault. Read more...
An 87-year-old man who was struck by a car outside his home on the Upper East Side died of his injuries last month. [ more › ]
New Jersey cop who drove the wrong way on a Staten Island expressway and got into a fatal crash, has had eight prior accidents.
The man charged with fatally punching a 68-year-old grandfather during a parking dispute on a Bronx street is being held without bail.
The taxi driver who jumped a curb in Bronx and killed two pedestrians, including a 5-year-old girl, has been stripped of his TLC license.
Leonardo Degianni, the driver who fatally struck cyclist Mathieu Lefevre with his truck before fleeing the scene more than three years ago, has received his official punishment: The DMV has suspended his driver's license for six months. [ more › ]
Debra Holt is relieved that the driver who struck and killed a 4-year-old girl in Glendale turned himself in. Matt Panagiotis is glad that the woman who fatally injured a judge's son and kept driving was sentenced to prison.
Glendale police on Saturday were continuing to search for a hit-and-run driver who fatally struck a 4-year-old girl, authorities said.
The driver who fatally struck a 9-year-old-boy in Fort Greene two years ago after erratically driving his SUV up onto a sidewalk plead guilty to criminally negligent homicide yesterday. But the plea deal will most likely spare him a prison sentence—according to the prosecutor handling his case, "There is no smoking gun here." [ more › ]
The unlicensed teenager accused of fatally striking 4-year-old Ariel Russo in 2013 has not yet decided whether he will take a plea deal, having rejected such a deal in court yesterday. A judge has given him another day to reconsider. [ more › ]
Last year, in an effort to reduce traffic fatalities citywide, the city and state governments agreed to lower the speed limit from 30 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour, a change that, enforced, has the potential to reduce pedestrian deaths by 50 percent. Show More Summary
This part makes sense: A woman in Utah named Barbara Bagley is suing the driver who caused a car crash that killed her husband. This part is screwy: Bagley herself is that same driver. As the Salt Lake Tribune explains, Bagley is playing dual roles here in the bizarre lawsuit—...
A driver who fled the scene after fatally striking a 38-year-old pedestrian in Marble Hill yesterday evening is still at large. [ more › ]
Plaintiff and defendant are the same person? Interesting… how is this going to turn out? A Utah woman who was the driver in a crash that killed her husband has
Prosecutors have declined to file criminal charges against three Los Angeles police officers who shot and killed an unarmed man at the end of a televised pursuit in 2013.