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SUV slams into tractor-trailer Moriches, NY killing driver

The driver of an SUV died when the vehicle rear-ened a tractor-trailer in Moriches overnight Wednesday.

The vehicles crashed on Montauk Highway at Fanning Landing Road just before 3 a.m.

Daniel Krehl, 31, of Mastic Beach, was driving a 2005 Saturn Vue east on Montauk Highway near Fanning Landing Road when his vehicle hit a tractor-trailer, parked with its flashers on. Krehl was pronounced dead at the scene.

Heavy fog conditions were may of been a factor in the crash. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information on the case is asked to call Suffolk County Police at 631-852-8752.

Driver of an SUV died when the vehicle crashed into the rear of a tractor-trailer in Moriches, NY

Driver of SUV died when the vehicle rear ended tractor-trailer in Moriches.

SUV slams into Bronx restaurant, kills child, injures two others

SUV Crash Takes Child’s Life

THE BRONX, NEW YORK — A 7yr old boy was killed and another child and a man were injured when an SUV barreled into a Kennedy’s Chicken and Sandwiches a restaurant in the Bronx Thursday night, and then tried to run.

Bronx Fatal Accident

Westchester & Colonial, Fatal accident, car hits man with 2 kids,73y/o arrested.

According to witnesses, the Mercedes SUV backed into the Kennedy’s Chicken & Sandwiches on Westchester Avenue in the Pelham Bay section, fatally striking the child, as well as injuring a 5-year-old girl and a 34-year-old man.

The driver appeared shocked, as people banged on the window of his SUV telling him to move because children were under the car, according to the restaurant store owner Shah Mohammad. The driver then drove the car forward.

Reports indicate that Ethan Villavicencio, 7-years-old was sitting with his father and sister at a table closest to the window when the car slammed through the store pinning Ethan against the wall.

He was taken to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The boy’s father, 34, and sister, 5, were also struck by the SUV and taken to the hospital. They were in stable condition on Thursday night.

Tragic Bronx accident takes childs life.

Heart-breaking. 7yr old Ethan Villavicencio killed by man crashing into restaurant.

Witnesses chased the the car trying to stop him from driving off, but the driver kept going, they say, where he was cut off by a traffic officer’s car.

Devastated family of child killed in Bronx

Mother of 7-year-old killed arrives at accident scene distraught.

NYPD arrested the driver, Kwasi Oduro, 73, of the Bronx, and placed him in custody.

FDNY reported, the two children were transported to Jacobi Medical Center, where the 7 year old boy later died. The girl and man are in stable condition.

The store owner says the kids were eating at the table closest to the window when the car barrels through the storefront.

The gold Mercedes SUV hit another car parked out front.

NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad is continuing their investigation.

The 73 year old driver Mr. Oduro, of the Bronx, has been charged with one count of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death and two counts of leaving the scene of an accident that caused injury. His arraignment has not yet been scheduled.

SUV Crashes Into Mobile Store In Great Neck

A 66 year old woman was killed Monday when an SUV crashed into an AT&T store in Great Neck trapping her underneath, according to Nassau County police.

The 65-year-old driver of a 2006 Toyota Rav4 pulled into the parking lot of the AT&T store on Northern Boulevard near Nassau Road. She told police she couldn’t stop and the car slammed into the store’s front window. Lizabeth Sbar, of Great Neck, was sitting on a couch in front of the window inside was struck and became trapped under the SUV.

SUV crashes through a Long Island cellphone store killing customer inside

Person killed & 2 others injured when car crashes into AT&T store on Long Island

Witnesses at the scene surrounded the vehicle and lifted it off of Sbar, police said. Angelo and other workers from Auto Expo across the street ran over to see what happened. “There was a woman lying under the car,” he told D’Auria. “The tire was on her chest. So we all got together and we lifted the car and I pulled her out.” Angelo said Sbar was still breathing when she was rescued.

“She seemed to be conscious. She was breathing but she didn’t look good,” said. Sbar died around 1 p.m. at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset. Two other people suffered minor injuries. The driver of the Toyota Rav4 and her 25-year-old daughter were not injured.

SUV Crash Great Neck

SUV slams into Great Neck AT&T store killing customer Lizabeth Sbar.

East Hills Mini Bus SUV Crash

Breaking News Long Island: It’s been reported that five people, two school children, were transported to the hospital after a school minibus and a SUV sport utility vehicle collided head-on on Glen Cove Road in East Hills.

UPDATE EAST HILLS ACCIDENT Glen Cove Rd CLOSED at Round Hill Rd. Accident involves school bus and injuries.

Glen Cove Rd CLOSED at Round Hill Rd. Accident involves school bus and injuries.

School-Transportation-Related Crashes According To The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

From 2003 to 2012, among the 106 occupants killed in school transportation vehicles, 46 were drivers and 60 were passengers. Among the 244 pedestrians killed in school-transportation-related crashes, 195 were struck by school vehicles and 48 were struck by other vehicles. Read More

Paul Ajlouny, New York personal injury lawyer, understands these statistics relating to bus crashes / SUV collisions, especially pertaining to New York State. Mr. Ajlouny states, “just this last year alone, New York was has seen quite a number of school bus crashes.

In March, a school bus flipped over after colliding with a taxi, six children and three adults were injured. In December, a school bus accident in Brooklyn injuring four, and in October, a bus crashed in Staten Island, injuring eight. Now we see this accident in East Hills, NY where two children have been reported injured.”

Mr. Ajlouny Continues, “the reports are coming in and still fresh. It will be interesting to hear the details of what led up to this accident. However, here’s a bit of FREE ADVICE. Whether your the passenger or the driver, you are covered under NO FAULT and your medical bills are covered. I recommend that any of injured parties in this bus accident / SUV collision contact an New York attorney to ensure proper legal and medical protection.”

Bronx Crash Injures 5


Bronx Crash

The vehicle hit a guardrail on a Bronx parkway

An SUV that hit a guardrail on a Bronx parkway, flipped over several times and ejected an 11 year old boy riding in the back of the SUV, critically injuring him.

The woman behind the wheel of the SUV lost control of the vehicle heading east in the center lane of the Bruckner Expressway near Elder Ave. about 11:35 a.m., according to authorities.

The boy was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was listed in critical but stable condition.

The driver, and a 17-year-old girl and 57-year old woman riding in the back were all taken to Jacobi Medical Center in stable condition.

Paul Ajlouny, New York personal injury lawyer, weighs in this accident off the Bruckner Expressway. “Car crashes are the leading cause of children / teen injuries and fatalities since young people have the lowest seat belt usage of any age group.

Statistics show that 55 % of young people who have been seriously injured or have died in vehicle collisions, were not wearing a seat belt at the time.”  States Mr. Ajlouny.

Speeding SUV flees crash scene Brooklyn

Speeding SUV Crash

Driver Flees After Violent Collision Flips Parked Car

The driver of a speeding SUV fled the scene of a Midwood Street accident in Brooklyn, after the force of the car crash flipped a double parked vehicle onto its side.

The crash occurred on Midwood Street just off Kingston Avenue at around 10:00pm. The force of the impact prompted multiple residents to call 911 and report shots fired.

A gray Ford Explorer was traveling down Midwood when it collided with a double parked Hyundai SantaFe, flipping it onto its side while the SUV crashed into other parked cars. The driver then jumped out of his wrecked vehicle and fled the scene.

One resident told that a resident had just finished unloading groceries from the Hyundai.

A number of patients were treated by EMS at the scene and NYPD is still investigating whether the SUV was stolen.

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