Motor vehicle accidents almost always result in injuries. These injuries, if severe, can change your life. If luck is not on your side, you might have life-long expenses and suffering!

One such dangerous car accident in Mamaroneck, New York has come to light. According to sources, at least 3 people received critical injuries because of the car accident.

Details of the Accident:

The accident happened on a Sunday night when a car crashed into a popular restaurant in Mamaroneck Village, New York.

A witness captured a video of the chaotic moments of the accident on his cellphone. It was dinner time in Mamaroneck. The witness saw a car spinning around before it recklessly crashed into Enzo’s popular restaurant located at 451 Mamaroneck Avenue.

The video shows the sense of urgency required to tend to the victims. The sounds of sirens were clearly audible. The footage clearly displays firefighters helping multiple victims, carrying them on stretchers. The impact of the crash was so powerful that the glass on the sidewalk side of the eatery was also shattered.

All three victims were rushed to the nearest hospital in critical condition.

Victims Say:

According to one lucky diner who narrowly escaped being a victim, he was enjoying dinner with his relatives inside the restaurant when the event occurred. The car was just a few feet away from where he was eating his food. It was a scary moment for me and I got out of the place as soon as possible, said the witness.

It was frightening. It was shocking to see my life at the verge of its end, said Ethan De La Rosa.

The driver of the car involved was reported to be completely shaken-up by the accident. He was interviewed by the police. The Westchester County Police Accident Investigation Unit had arrived at the scene of accident.

They are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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MTA Bus Fatally Struck

Motor vehicle accidents can be brutal and claim lives. One such horrific tragedy happened in the Bronx when a 7-year old child lost his life after being fatally struck by an MTA bus.

The Details of the Accident:  

The deceased hails from Brooklyn and has been identified as Shevon Bethea. This accident happened around 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of East 184th Street and Webster Avenue in Fordham Heights. He was riding his battery power scooter when the accident occurred.

What About the Bus?

The police are now investigating this accident. According to police reports, a 38-year old man was driving the bus south on Webster Avenue when it hit the boy. The bus stopped approximately a block away from the scene. The bus driver remained present at the scene.

A team of paramedics arrived soon after and rushed Shevon to St. Barnabus Hospital. He was pronounced dead upon arrival.

Witnesses Say:

According to the witnesses of this tragedy, Shevon was zooming down the sidewalk. He then came down the hill and entered the street. This is the first reason why the bus driver did not see the boy in time.

The driver also had the green light, as confirmed by the police.

According to witnesses, the sidewalk being tucked behind a building blocked the driver’s line of sight, creating a blind-spot for the driver while he was driving the bus towards Webster Avenue.

Statement by an MTA Official:

An MTA official has released a statement in this matter saying,

“This is a tragic situation and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of this young boy. We are working closely with police.”

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Car Accident

Source: WorldProNews

New York City is one of the most congested cities in the world and it records many deaths from motor vehicle accidents every day/year. Another tragedy has once again come to light in metropolitan New York. An 85- year-old woman died in a fatal crash while her 90-year-old husband suffered life-threatening injuries in a motor vehicle accident.

The Details of Accident:
This tragedy actually occurred at a car wash in Brooklyn at about 3:15 pm when a jeep hit the couple at Avenue U and Gerritsen Avenue in the Marine Park neighborhood.

According to sources, both husband and wife were standing outside the car wash. The couple was inspecting their Honda that had just been washed. That’s exactly when a black Jeep came on scene.

It was left in neutral and was being backed by the car wash into a garage when it hit the building. Then the 61-year-old car wash worker drove the jeep forward for some unknown reason and hit the couple. This accident was totally bizarre because the attendant was backing up the Jeep and put his foot on the accelerator to move it forward. The attendant repeated his move three times and went on to smash into a car that was already damaged. Moreover, he pushed several more cars onto the sidewalk.

Details by Witnesses:
The driver was immediately pulled out of the driver’s seat by his fellow workers. The repeated sounds of this collision were heard by a witness at a nearby salon.

Two ladies came running outside; one of them was shouting, “Oh Somebody died, I’m scared!” said Tracy Ye, a witness.

Medical experts quickly arrived at the scene and examined the couple. They pronounced the 85-year-old woman, identified as Joan, dead on the spot whereas her 90-year-old husband was immediately rushed to NYU Langone hospital in Brooklyn because of the life-threatening injuries received.

According to sources, the old man injured in the crash is a retired NYPD (New York Police Department) lieutenant). According to the police, the car attendant remained at the scene and nothing appears to be wrong with the Jeep. It looks like an accident.

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Vehicle Crash


The atrocity of motor vehicle accidents came to light in three different boroughs in New York. One man lost his life and at least five people were injured because of separate car crashes in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx this past Monday.

The First Accident:

This series of tragic car crashes began in Queens at 3:30 a.m. in the morning. The man who lost his life in this accident has been identified as Mr. Joseph Debrosse, 56 years old. He was driving his 2013 Hyundai on North Woodhaven Blvd. His car smashed into a light pole near Alderton St. in Rego Park, said the police.

His Hyundai stopped after a distance of one block at the intersection at Elliot Avenue. Joseph was quickly rushed to Elmhurst General Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The Second Accident:

The second car crash happened in the Bronx at Morris Park Avenue near Bronxdale.  The vehicular mayhem severely injured four people, authorities said. All four victims were immediately rushed to Jacobi Medical Center. According to the FDNY, at least three people are battling life-threatening injuries.

Investigators inspected the mangled red SUV missing both the doors on the passenger side. This fatal car crash happened just before the early afternoon.

Third Accident:

The third accident happened on 81st Street, near 18th Avenue, in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn when an 89-year-old motorist swerved to avoid another car heading toward the same parking spot. His vehicle hit a 60-year-old pedestrian whose leg was trapped under the car. At least six people lifted the car to help the injured get out. He was in pain because his leg and fingers were broken in this accident.

According to the cops, he was immediately taken to the Lutheran Medical Center. He was in complete shock. He was screaming in pain from his broken bones.

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