Deadly car crash

Even slight negligence while driving can prove to be fatal. This reality proved true in Long Island during a police chase Saturday night, resulting in multiple injuries and fatalities.

The details of the accident:

According to authorities, the car involved in the accident was stolen. The mishap occurred at about 11:50 p.m. on Route 25 near Birchwood Park Drive in Middle Island.

Police from Suffolk County reported an officer saw a Nissan Rogue failing to stop at a stop sign. The car was also being driven recklessly on Main Street in Yaphank. The car itself had been reported stolen on Thursday from Montauk Highway in East Patchogue. The driver of the car was identified as a teen named Nahriek Belford, 17.

The police officer tried to stop the car; however, the driver chose to flee. This is when the officer started chasing the car and called for the backup, say the police. 

The accident resulted when the stolen Nissan struck a Honda CRV turning left on to Birchwood Park Drive, as the Nissan sped west on Route 25.

What about the casualties and injuries?

The accident claimed three lives. One of the victims is Nahriek Belford’s own brother, Angelo Belford, 16, who was riding in the Nissan. The other two people who died in this crash are Jerry Weingarten, 72, and Randee Weingarten, 71; the couple was in the CRV. All three victims died at the scene.

Two passengers in the Nissan suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries, in this crash. Both of them were immediately rushed to Stony Brook University Hospital for treatment.

What else?

The police have impounded both vehicles for a safety check. Nahriek Belford has been charged by the police with one count of reckless endangerment. These charges are expected to be upgraded by the police. Since it was a single officer in the chase, Suffolk County police have initiated investigations to see if pursuit protocols were followed or not.

The detectives are requesting anybody who is an eye-witness to this fatal motor vehicle accident to please contact them.

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Motor vehicle accidents in New York are becoming an everyday occurrence. Suffolk County Police have arrested a man for a crash resulting in injuries to himself, as well as his passenger.  

More details:

Suffolk County police responded to a crash that happened around 8:00 P.M. on Sunrise Highway eastbound, near Waverly Avenue.

How did this motor vehicle crash happen?

The accident happened when a 2011 Chevy Tahoe, towing a car trailer, collided with a 2002 Honda Odyssey. The 39-year-old Odyssey driver has been identified as Michael Smartino. He suffered non-life threatening injuries in the crash and was immediately rushed to the Long Island Community Hospital located in East Patchogue.

What about the passenger in the Tahoe?

He complained about minor neck and back pain. He was also taken to the Long Island Community Hospital in East Patchogue.

What else? This motor vehicle crash closed the Eastbound Sunrise Highway for about one hour and thirty minutes. As for Smartino, he has been arrested and charged with DWI by the police.

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Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident in Manhattan, New York

On February 18, 2019, in Motor Vehicle Accident, by John A. Weber IV, ESQ.

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Motor vehicle accident are often fatal, ending lives prematurely. This is exactly what happened in TriBeCa last Saturday. Two persons suffered injuries in an accident, while it also claimed one life.

More details of the accident:

According to officials, the motor vehicle accident happened when at least three cars collided. All three cars crashed in the northbound lanes of West Street near Laight Street in TriBeCa at about 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

How did it happen?

This accident happened when an Audi was weaving extremely fast in and out of traffic, said a witness. The Audi’s driver was a 37-year-old male. His Audi struck a Honda CRV being driven by an adult female.

Effects of the accident:

The impact of the Audi with the Honda CRV was so powerful, the CRV overturned and immediately burst into flames.  As a result, the female driver of the CRV died. The burning Honda CRV can be seen sliding across the road through traffic in the dashcam video recovered.

A Hyundai, a pickup truck, and a couple of parked vehicles were also struck in the accident. The truck was being driven by 28-year-old male, whereas the Hyundai was being operated by 68-year-old female. Both were rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment where their condition is reported to be stable.

The overturned Honda was still smouldering well after the accident. Authorities placed a tarp over it, indicating the deceased female was still inside.

What about the suspect?

The 37-year-old suspect tried, but failed, to flee the scene with his Rottweiler dog. He was quickly apprehended by the police. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital for treatment, while the Rottweiler was taken by Animal Control.

The cause of this motor vehicle accident is being investigated by police. They have not revealed the identities of victims from this accident. The charges against the 37-year-old Audi driver are still pending.

Keep coming back to our website to receive the latest updates about this crash. We’ll’ keep you posted about all updates related to this motor vehicle accident in Manhattan, New York.

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Monday morning, October 8th, 2018 proved to be the last day of a biker’s life. His bike collided with a guardrail, which led to his death.

Who was the victim?

Police have identified the man who died in this accident. According to State Police, the man who died in this accident is 22-year-old Francis X. Claps, III. He hails from Old Greenwich, CT.

How did this accident happen?

According to Police, he was riding a 2012 Yamaha FZ6-R westbound on I-287. He was trying to make the curve for Exit 7. Unfortunately, he failed, and his Yamaha went on to collide with the guardrail.

No other vehicle was involved in the accident, and no more injuries were reported, say the police.

Francis was immediately rushed to Westchester Medical Center where doctors pronounced him dead.

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