A 26-year-old New York man was recently indicted on a number of charges for a 2010 crash that claimed the life of a Bronx woman.
The tragic elevator accident that killed a New York City woman was written about in last week's post. Questions remained as to how the accident happened, but now new details may provide a clearer reason for the elevator's malfunction.
Few would expect elevators to be a workplace hazard, but that was the case for one New York advertising executive who was killed on Dec. 14 in the elevator of her Madison Avenue office building.
Two New York City drivers suffered injuries when they collided on a Manhattan street in late November. There have been no reports as to which of the drivers caused the car accident. Though no claims have been made to date, one or both drivers may have a legal basis for a personal injury claim under New York laws.The two cars involved in the crash were driving on South Street near Clinton Street around 4:30 a.m. A late model Toyota Camry appears to have struck a Plymouth Voyager minivan, causing the Camry to careen into a steel stanchion.