Multiple Vehicle Crash In Upstate New York Kills One, Injures Three

by Adrian | February 17th, 2012

A distracted driver is being blamed for a multiple vehicle crash in Philadelphia, New York, last week that left one man dead and three other individuals injured.

Speed Is A Contributing Factor To Fatal New York Car Crash

by Adrian | February 15th, 2012

Speed and possibly alcohol are being called factors that contributed to a fatal accident in Knox, New York, early this morning.

Loophole In New York Law Allows Multiple DUI Offenders To Keep Licenses

by Adrian | February 13th, 2012

A loophole in state law is allowing multiple-offense drunk drivers in New York to get their licenses again and get back out on the road.

Seat Belts Are Required Because They Save Lives

by Adrian | February 10th, 2012

It is a well-known fact that seatbelts save lives. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that the devices have saved as many as 147,246 lives over a 26-year period. One life that may have been saved by the devices is that of a 53-year-old Glen Park, New York, man who was killed in a single-vehicle accident this past Monday.

Saratoga Springs Man In Serious Condition After Crash

by Adrian | February 8th, 2012

A case of motor vehicles following to closely led to the serious injury, and near death, of a 41-year-old man from Saratoga Springs, New York.

High Speed To Blame For Vernon Car Crash

by Adrian | February 6th, 2012

High speed is to blame for a three-vehicle car crash in Vernon, New York, that left three people injured.

Law Enforcement In New York Will Be Watching For DUI’s This Weekend

by Adrian | February 3rd, 2012

With Super Bowl coming up on Sunday, law enforcement can be expected to have a greater presence in the New York area in an effort to cut down on the increase in drunk driving associated with the game.

Truck Driver 4 Times the Legal Limit When Charged With DUI

by Adrian | February 1st, 2012

State troopers in New York were able to stop an accident before it happened when they arrested a drunken tractor-trailer driver.

Senators Ask For Money To Fight Drugged Driving

by Adrian | January 30th, 2012

With numbers now showing that prescription drug overdoses are the leading cause of death of young people in our country today two United States Senators are proposing legislation that would allow money to be spent on training to help law enforcement officers identify the spillover problem of drugged driving.

Federal Regulators Get Restraining Order To Shut Down Bus Line

by Adrian | January 27th, 2012

The federal government is taking legal action against a bus company that runs from Albany, New York; to Chinatown on Manhattan Island, since the company has refused to stop it’s services after allegations of serious safety issues.