NYC’s Transit Accidents, Problems and Tragedies



It’s never a dull moment on New York City’s public transit system, and the frosty weather of the past couple weeks haven’t helped matter.

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Woman Suing Restaurant After Finding Fish Hook in Her Dinner

She took the hook, but it might be the owners of the restaurant that get reeled in.

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Rough Winter For New York Commuters

It’s been a rough winter for the city so far, particularly with NY commuters, and with the weather hovering around the freezing mark for the foreseeable future, the snow isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

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Police Catch Speeding Motorist Who Struck Pedestrian, Fled the Scene

 

The driver who crashed into a pedestrian and nearly killing him before he fleeing the scene, has been charged after police officers found him in a nearby parking garage crying, police and witnesses told local media on Tuesday, Jan. 27th. 

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Slippery NYC Weather Causes Crash-ups, 911 Call Backlogs



The white weather joined forces with black ice on Jan. 18 to conspire to create commuter chaos, leading to dozens of traffic accidents – and weather forecasters aren’t predicting respite any time soon.

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NYC Braces ‘Potentially Historic Blizzard’ as Flights Grounded

A “potentially historic blizzard” was set to hit New York City and other parts of the Atlantic Northeast, with the possibility of as much as 3-feet of snow falling on the region, media and weather reports said on Monday, Jan 26th. 

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