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Motorcycle passenger dies after rear-end collision in New York

Being the passenger on a motorcycle comes with an inherent risk of injury, more so than being the passenger in a motor vehicle. Despite the risk, motorcyclists and other vehicle operators have the responsibility of using care and caution when transporting passengers. Even with a great deal of care and caution, a rear-end collision can cause devastating results for motorcyclists and their passengers on New York roadways.

Railroad crossing site of New York car accident

Understandably, railroad grade crossings can be dangerous locations and even be the site of a motor vehicle accident. When that occurs, the results can be devastating. Recently in New York, two people suffered injuries at a grade crossing after they became involved in a car accident.

Texting more likely to cause motor vehicle accidents than DUI

New York readers are well aware that drunk driving can lead to serious accidents, leaving victims with serious or fatal injuries. However, recent studies have determined that texting and driving may actually put motorists at a higher risk of being involved in motor vehicle accidents than driving under the influence. While drunk driving is a serious issue, texting may be the greater danger.

Pedestrian accidents should be taken seriously in New York

New York is notorious for clogged and narrow streets. Sadly, this accounts for a high incidence of pedestrian accidents. These city pedestrian accidents on the streets of New York are often serious, even fatal. Under any circumstances, a collision between a vehicle and a pedestrian on a crowded city street can have devastating consequences.

Large equipment falls and causes injuries in New York

When major equipment is hoisted above a bustling city street, every possible safety precaution is taken. Despite the use of safety equipment, falls and accidents can still occur and leave a city street in chaos and disarray. An incident unfolded in the streets of Manhattan, New York, and several were injured as a result.

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