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MTA Fatal Collision Ruled Not Criminal

This story is new as it happened on April 5, 2018. There was a fatal train collision that happened south of the Beacon Train Station. The accident has been ruled not criminal, according to Nancy Gamerman. She is a spokesperson for Metro-North. The train was scheduled to arrive at the Beacon Station at 12:08 p.m. The train hit an unidentified victim at 12:24 p.m. The incident left one person dead, and it appears to have involved an unauthorized person who was on the train tracks. The captain of the Metropolitan Transit Authority police, Jennifer Kelly, said that there were six officers who were...

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New York Wrongful Death Lawyer

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The death of a loved one due to avoidable negligence is one of the most tragic events someone can experience. Surviving family members who lost a loved one unexpectedly due to fatal injuries are known under New York law as legal dependents may be able to recover financial compensation by filing a wrongful death case. A wrongful death lawsuit investigation by experienced civil jury trial lawyers will include a thorough investigation, discovery, and trial preparation to hold the responsible parties accountable. Our wrongful death attorneys have handled lawsuits stemming from all types of personal injury accidents: car accidents, truck accidents,...

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Update: More Details on Whitesboro Crash that Killed Police Officer Kevin Crossley

Update: More Details on Whitesboro Crash that Killed Police Officer Kevin Crossley

Continuing the updates on the Whitesboro crash that claimed the life of Officer Kevin Crossley, the Whitesboro Police Department has now held their joint news conference. The conference happened at state police barracks in Marcy and was done to give more information on the crash. New York State Police and the Whitesboro Police Department held the conference together. Crossley was traveling east on Oriskany Boulevard when the accident occurred. A vehicle being driven by Nicole Moshier-Harris of Whitesboro was heading westbound. SHe attempted to turn left onto Westmoreland Street, and her vehicle hit Crossley’s patrol car. The area where the crash happened was...

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Update on the Safety Issues Involved in East River Helicopter Crash

We have reported on a helicopter crash in the East River that led to the deaths of five passengers. Only the pilot of the helicopter survived the crash. The passengers were tightly bound to the aircraft and could not escape as the helicopter was becoming submerged. The helicopter was owned by Liberty Helicopters and was being chartered by FlyNYON. The flight was meant to be a good time and a chance for passengers to view Manhattan. It is a service that has been offered by FlyNYON for many years. After the accident, there has been a lawsuit filed by one of the...

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A Firefighter, Michael R. Davison, Dies on Film Set in Harlem

  Late last month, a firefighter died while on a film set as he was helping put out a Harlem fire. A five-alarm fire started in the basement of 773 St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem. This building was being used a film location for a movie directed by Edward Norton. A New York firefighter did while fighting the blaze and two other people were seriously injured. Michael R. Davison, 37, was operating the fire hose nozzle and was the first to arrive. He got separated from other firefighters who were forced to move further from the building as the fire got worse. He was found...

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Update: One dead and four NYC Firefighters Hurt in Trump Tower Fire

This story is an update on a story we reported on earlier this week. This last weekend firefighters responded to a fire at Trump Tower in Manhattan. The president tweeted about the fire and commended the firefighters who were at the scene. Firefighters responded Saturday evening to the fire that claimed the death of one man. The victim was Todd Brassner, a 67-year-old, who lived in the apartment. He was taken to a hospital where he died a short time later. The investigation is still going on. We have also learned that four firefighters were injured while fighting the fire which was blazing on...

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1 Killed, 4 Injured in Fire at Trump Tower

One person has died and four other people have been injured after a fire that happened at Trump Tower in Manhattan on Saturday evening. This information comes from the New York City Fire Department. The person who passed away was a resident of the building and lived on the 50th floor. They were taken to the hospital in critical condition, according to department spokeswoman Angelic Conroy. Firefighters arrived at the scene at around 5:30 in the evening, and the casualty was reported about three hours after this. At about 8:30 p.m., firefighters announced that they had the fire under control. As more information on...

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Two Construction Workers Die in Accidents on Same Day

Two Construction Workers Die in Accidents on Same Day

Construction accidents can be frequent in New York City. Two construction workers were killed on the same day while working construction. The two incidents were completely separate and lead to the deaths of two people. An accident in Queens led to the death of a 33-year-old when he fell down an elevator shaft while working on a Manhattan hotel project. A 26-year-old construction worker was also killed on the same day when he fell to his death in Queens. This incident happened just a few hours after the incident in Manhattan. This victim was working on a bathroom in Rego Park when...

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