Pedestrian Killed In Bronx Memorial Art
What a beautiful way to remember loved ones who have been sadly taken from family members in fatal traffic accidents. Dante Curry was killed in the Bronx by a driver who was traveling 65 mph in a 30 mph zone. The driver received a $60 speeding ticket.
Paul Ajlouny, New York car accident lawyer gets traffic accident claims practically everyday. “These are heartbreaking and probably a good reminder to everyone that we share the streets as pedestrians and drivers.
The street art as a memorial to the accident victims, would make people think twice when crossing a street and or driving.” states Mr. Ajlouny.
Relating to pedestrian deaths, NYPD reports, if things keep pace with the first 12 days of 2014, there could be more than 200 such deaths by the end of the year. Police data shows there were 156 fatalities in 2013, an increase from 152 in 2012 and 142 in 2011.