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Three recent commercial truck accidents in New York City have left two people dead and another injured. The truck driver was injured when a garbage truck rolled over in Williamsburg Nov. 16, but truck drivers walked away from fatal accidents in East Harlem Nov. 9 and the Upper East Side…

More than 800 people die every year in the United States in motor vehicle crashes caused by snow, sleet, and freezing rain, according to a new study. The study found that fatalities were higher in heavy snowfall regions such as areas in New York near Lakes Erie and Ontario and…

Pedestrian deaths across the nation continue to increase year after year as federal and state policies and roadway designs produce roads that prioritize high speeds for cars over safety for people on foot, a recent report says. Alarming Trend in Pedestrian Accidents Pedestrian fatalities in urban areas are up 69%…

Automatic emergency braking systems with pedestrian detection perform inconsistently and are ineffective at night, according to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. In other words, the usual causes of pedestrian accidents – distracted driving, running red lights and stop signs, speeding,– are not overcome by new automotive…

Distracted driving is to blame for a 10-year high in the number of people killed by drivers running red lights and causing accidents, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says. AAA Northeast magazine says traffic safety researchers found that 939 people were killed in crashes on U.S. roads in 2017 caused…

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