The driver of a FedEx Home Delivery truck lost control of his vehicle and careened into a parked car. The force of the crash sent both vehicles up onto the sidewalk and damaged a retention wall.
At around 4:00am this morning, Tuesday, a chaotic car crash occurred near the corner of S. Johns Place and Nostrand Ave. in Crown Heights. The male driver and his female passenger, both 20 years old, were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. The female died from her wounds shortly thereafter.
At 1:10pm today, Monday, an unmarked police car driven by Officer Tyrese Guerrier spun out of control at the intersection of Albany Ave. and Rutland Rd. in Crown Heights and hit three parked cars.
Two vehicles collided today in the intersection of Kingston Ave. and Lincoln Place, in front of the Basil restaurant. The force of the collision caused one vehicle to careen onto the sidewalk and demolish an emergency call box. Thankfully, no pedestrians were injured.
A Lubavitcher man was injured after being struck by a car on Shabbos afternoon. The crash occurred in a busy Kingston Avenue intersection.
A delivery worker for a local food establishment was injured Wednesday evening after being struck by an unmarked NYPD police car. He was thrown from his electric bike after witnesses said that he weaved out from between moving cars.
Passengers in a ‘dollar-van’ fled the scene of a high-speed crash after their vehicle collided with a truck on Albany Avenue early Monday morning.
Five vehicles were involved in a ‘chain-reaction’ collision on Albany Avenue this afternoon. Four people were injured in the accident, including two children.
As we begin embracing the warmer weather by allowing our children to play outdoors and ride their bicycles, one Crown Heights family shares their memories from last year, when their 14-year-old boy miraculously walked away from what could have been a devastating accident.
An impatient driver ignored the flashing red lights of a school bus and ran down a 7-year-old boy in front of the eyes of horrified parents and terrified children.
A number of people are lucky to be alive after a collision between an SUV and a sedan occurred in a busy Empire Boulevard intersection. The sedan lost control and slammed into a building – just missing a number of pedestrians that were waiting in a bus stop. The driver of the sedan fled the scene.
A teen driver who fled police after officers smelled pot coming from his car fatally struck a 21-year-old pedestrian in Crown Heights early Monday morning, according to an NYPD report.
Last night, at around midnight, a car with four people inside slammed into an SUV at the intersection of Nostrand Ave. and S. Johns Place in Crown Heights.
Three cars were involved in a collision on Kingston Avenue Monday afternoon, all set in motion after one car rear-ended an SUV which then collided with a taxi. One woman was hurt and was transported by Hatzalah.
Three cars were involved in a major collision on Eastern Parkway Monday morning, sending a number of drivers and passengers to nearby hospitals with injuries.
Two cars collided in a busy Eastern Parkway intersection just before Shabbos. The crash injured five.
Just a day after shocking video revealed a Bochur miraculously escape being run over with just minor injuries, another Bochur attempted to cross busy Eastern Parkway in the middle of the block and was run over by a minivan.
A Jewish teenager is lucky to be alive after he was struck by a pickup truck while attempting to cross Empire Boulevard. The force of the collision sent him flying over 10 feet. The entire incident was captured on surveillance video.
A bizarre car crash Sunday morning left a Nissan Maxima sedan perched halfway atop a parked Honda Fit compact. Witnesses said they saw the driver crawling out of his car.
At around noon today, the driver of a Mercury sedan collided with a Nissan SUV at the intersection of Crown St. and Troy Ave. in Crown Heights.
Today, Monday, at around 12:30pm, a livery cab driver exiting a parking lot on Kingston Avenue between Maple and Midwood Streets in Crown Heights lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a building across the street.
A woman pushing a stroller with her infant child was struck by an SUV on Kingston Avenue. Despite being knocked to the ground, the mother and child miraculously did not suffer any serious injuries, boruch hashem.