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Tag Archives: fatal-accidents

Teenager Dies after Tragic Upstate Car Crash

Clarence, NY: On Sunday, November 22nd five teenagers were involved in serious car crash in an upstate town not far from Buffalo, New York. According to deputies the vehicle driven by a 19-year-old female driver veered off Tonawanda Creek Road and into a tree. The driver had to be extracted from the badly damaged vehicle -->

Surprised to Find the Number of Fatal Motorcycle Crashes Are Actually on the Rise?

The number of fatal motorcycle crashes has risen since the late 90’s. In a world where we have “smart cars” and more safety features than ever before why is the number of motorcyclist deaths higher than in years past? While there is no definitive answer there are several contributing factors.  Motorcycle – Motor vehicle Crashes -->

Fatal Motorcycle Crash in Dutchess County

Saturday evening a Poughkeepsie, NY man riding his motorcycle in the town of Lagrangeville lost control and crashed his bike. According to witness’ the cyclist had passed several vehicles in a no pass zone and appeared to have been speeding.  The incident occurred on Noxon Road, not far from Vincent Road. Two off-duty nurses who witnessed the wreck performed -->

Honda Fined $70 Million in Underreporting Safety Issues to Government

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has fined Honda $70 million for failing to submit reports of fatal accidents and injuries to the government. This is the largest amount that the safety regulator has ever levied against an automaker. Honda failed to report 1,729 death and injury claims to the agency over the past 11 -->

Low-Cost Buses Found To Have High Fatality Rate

A recent article in the New York Times addressed the high incidence of fatal accidents and safety violations on low cost bus tours. Read the full article for findings from the federal government’s recent study of the curbside motor coach industry.  The study is the most extensive ever undertaken, and was prompted by a bus -->