A helicopter taking off from a helipad in Manhattan had a failure and crashed into the river. The pilot was the only occupant on board, and managed to escape without serious injury.
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The car that that drove nose first into a building in Brooklyn was finally removed Friday. Its broken shell shows the miracle that the driver was able to escape it.
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A collision caused by a wrong way driver in a New York City tunnel was caught on dashcam, and circulated on social media. The video, dated 4/28/19, is from a car driving through the tunnel in the left lane, when a car comes speeding around a bend. Both drivers attempt to cross lanes, ending with a head on collision.
Six people, including four children, were killed Wednesday when an fire ravaged an apartment in a city-owned Harlem building overnight, fire and police officials said.
A massive five alarm blaze tore through a building in Sunset Park Wednesday, leaving its’ upper floor gutted. The fire, which spanned the entire buildings upper floor, goes down in Brooklyn’s history as one of largest fires in years.
New York City’s police department on Wednesday assured the Jewish community in the five boroughs that synagogues and community centers will receive extra security during the Passover holiday, which begins on April 19.
As firefighters battle a massive blaze that’s torn through more than 8,000 acres in the Pinelands, residents as far away as Brooklyn New York are reporting that they can smell the smoke.
Several New York City bridges are going to start charging more starting Sunday and one will become the most expensive in the nation.
Starting Monday March 18th, vehicle collisions resulting property damage only, will not be required to be reported to the police. Instead, the drivers will be responsible for exchanging their information, and a report of Motor Vehicle Accident should be filed with the DMV.
The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force says they are currently investigating anti-Semitic vandalism at the Nassau Ave Subway Station on the G line. An ad with a photo of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was defaced with a swastika and the words “Die Jew (expletive removed)”.
A recent New York Post article on an initiative by Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez to bring a softer approach to crime fighting, has sparked outrage from many victims and Law Enforcement. The new plan, just letting the criminals go free.
Today, the New York Police Department announced that all uniform patrol officers in New York City – including Police Officers, Sergeants and Lieutenants assigned to every precinct, Transit District and Police Service Area – are now equipped with body-worn cameras.
A swastika was found drawn on a pillar in the Atlantic Terminal subway station Friday. The drawing of the swastika, a Nazi symbol, comes during a rise in hate crimes in Brooklyn. A recent incident involved the same symbol drawn on a car in Crown Heights.
A mixed storm of snow and rain is forecast to hit the New York City area Sunday Afternoon into Monday morning. The storm is predicted to bring dangerous driving conditions and snow accumulation.
A 12-year-old boy was arrested for drawing dozens of swastikas and anti-Semitic messages on a school playground in New York City. He was released by police to the custody of his mother and will appear in court at a later date. The boy’s name was not released.
Jumaane Williams has won the race for New York City Public Advocate — a job that comes with a $165,000 salary, a $3 million budget, but little authority. The offers offers a bully pulpit that can be used to scold more powerful officeholders.
In another incident caught on surveillance camera, a pickup truck driver, fed up with Williamsburg traffic uses the sidewalk, scattering pedestrians. No one was injured in the incident.
Amazon will not follow through on plans to build a new headquarters in Queens, New York, the online retail giant announced Thursday. Another planned headquarters in North Carolina will proceed as planned.
A mixed storm of snow and rain is forcast to hit the New York City area from Tuesday morning. The storm is predicted to bring dangerous driving conditions, and some accumulation of snow.
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, fares for some New York City taxis and ride shares became more expensive. New York rolled out its first phase of congestion pricing, a controversial new policy that taxes for-hire vehicles in order to fund the city’s mass transit system. For now, Ubers, Lyfts and other car services driving south of 96th Street in Manhattan will see $2.75 surcharge and yellow cabs will cost an extra $2.50.
Seasons, the kosher supermarket chain that declared bankruptcy last year, has new owners and is reopening one of its closed locations. According to a news release sent Thursday, Seasons is under the ownership of the family of businessman Joseph Bistritzky, CEO of the Maramont Corp., a food services company.
New York City Emergency Management Department today issued a hazardous travel advisory for whiteout conditions during a heavy to moderate snowfall expected this evening.