An Oct. 22 car accident in Brooklyn left three people injured, according to the MTA. A B61 bus carrying passengers was traveling on Dwight Street when a black livery cab ran a stop sign and struck it. The bus driver veered in an attempt to avoid the collision, but the impact caused it to hit a minimum of three parked cars. The bus came to a stop once it crossed the sidewalk and hit the brick wall of a local business.
An fiery accident in Colchester killed one person and injured four others, according to authorities. Reportedly, the August 21 crash happened at about 10 a.m. on Cat Hollow Road.
We all know how congested New York City can be. There are pedestrians trying to cross every street, cars fighting to get through the intersection before the red light and yellow cabs for miles. With all of this traffic, accidents are bound to happen. Often, however, car accidents are not purely accidental.