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Tag: Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Safety in Wake of Recent Pedestrian Fatalities

Nov 4, 2015
Deaths among pedestrians are one of the few types of roadway fatality that tends to remain steady or even increase from year to year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...

Young Man Dies after Minor Traffic Accident

Jun 30, 2015
A young man from Hopewell Junction suffered fatal injuries after being hit by a car on June 29th. Lorenzo Gallardo-Vligen, 19, was involved in a minor two-car crash on the Sprain Brook...

Ulster County Law Enforcement and Rail Operator Educate Community on Crossing Safety

May 14, 2015
Over the past ten years, the town of Ulster has seen some eight accidents involving pedestrians and trains. When adding in those pedestrian train accidents occurring in Kingston, Saugerties, and throughout Ulster County, officials...

Driver in Fatal Hit and Run Turns Himself In

Apr 11, 2015
Pursuant to an interstate search, authorities have recently charged a man with a hit-and-run accident which left one pedestrian dead. Concetta Eastman, a 36-year-old mother of two from Copake, was struck by...

Settlement for Teen’s Death in Hit and Run Approaches New York State Record

Mar 30, 2015
Four years after 18-year-old Alexandria Rice’s tragic death by hit-and-run driver gastroenterologist Dr. James Corasanti, and three weeks into a civil trial for her wrongful death, Rice’s parents and Corasanti...

Woman in Critical Condition after Being Hit by Passing Freight Train

Mar 5, 2015
Ulster resident Ashlee Crescione was seriously injured by a passing train while walking not on, but alongside the train tracks. The 21-year-old woman was hospitalized in critical condition after the...

Man Struck and Injured on Patroon Island Bridge After Exiting Vehicle on Roadway

Feb 14, 2015
A bizarre accident on the Patroon Island Bridge in Albany occurred last Tuesday, February 10th, and conflicting stories between an eyewitness and the police accident reconstructionists leave some confusion about...