Last night at around midnight, a Dodge Charger speeding down Empire Blvd. struck an Infinity SUV as it attempted to cross the Schenectady Ave. intersection.
One person was hurt when the minivan he was driving was struck by an FDNY ambulance that was responding to an emergency. Hatzalah and Shomrim gave assistance, and made a big Kiddush Hashem in the process.
A seventh grade student of Oholei Torah was struck by a car yesterday evening while crossing Eastern Parkway’s service lane after dismissal.
A wild scene unfolded in Crown Heights today when police officers attempted to pull over a 15-passenger van. As police approached the van, the driver made a u-turn, struck a police car and number of other cars and fled. The suspect was eventually apprehended.
Two SUVs collided in a busy Brooklyn Avenue intersection, leaving the driver of one vehicle and a mother and her infant child in the other hurt. There infant was not strapped into a car seat.
An SUV driven by a Jewish woman collided with another SUV that barreled through a red light at the intersection of Utica Ave. and Montgomery St.
A young Jewish woman was stuck by a car at the intersection of Empire Blvd. and Albany Ave. today at around 11:30am.
A young girl on her way to school was hurt after being struck by an out-of-control car while waiting to cross the street. Miraculously, the girl suffered only minor injuries.
About an hour before Shabbos, a pickup truck traveling down Union Street lost one of its wheels and went smashing into three parked cars, injuring its driver and a man who was saying Tehillim in one of the parked cars.
A woman was struck by a car this morning while trying to making her way across Eastern Parkway.
A woman who was pedaling her bike across the service road on Eastern Parkway was struck by a minivan and injured. Bystanders called Hatzalah, while an NYPD Emergency Service truck stopped to help.
Surveillance video obtained exclusively by CrownHeights.info reveals the open miracle that occurred yesterday, when an 8-year-old boy was run over by a van and walked away without any serious injuries.
An eight-year-old boy escaped a frightening accident with just some scrapes and bruises, after he was hit by a van which was making a left turn. The boy was able to crawl out from underneath the vehicle on his own.
Three people were injured when two cars collided in a busy Eastern Parkway intersection, two children in one of the cars were not hurt.
About 43 people were injured — one critically — when a car fleeing police collided head-on with a city bus after running a stop sign at on Albany Ave. near Atlantic Ave. at about 4:30pm today (Monday).
Two cars collided and went careening onto a crowded sidewalk right in front of 770 Eastern Parkway on the first day of Rosh Hashana, injuring five bystanders – three of them critically. One victim lost a leg, but the quick actions of a Shomrim volunteer may have saved her life.
Yesterday afternoon, a minivan parked on Union St. was almost completely crushed by a large truck, whose driver was attempting to navigate down the narrow street.
A rear-end collision occurred at the intersection of Eastern Parkway and Kingston Ave. at about 6:00pm last evening, in almost exactly the same spot and at almost exactly the same time as the accident which occurred there one day earlier.
Yesterday evening at about 7:00pm, a car crashed into the rear of an SUV on the service lane of Eastern Parkway, right in front of the Jewish Children’s Museum.
A teenager was critically injured after attempting to cross Eastern Parkway when a speeding minivan struck him, swerved onto the median, crashed into a light pole and finally came to rest on a bench.
A violent collision between two vehicles left both drivers hurt and the President Street intersection covered in debris and closed off for over an hour.
A gray Toyota with Maryland plates smashed into a tree on Eastern Parkway between Kingston and Albany at about 9:30 this morning.