High speed is suspected to have played a role in a serious car crash on the Long Island Expressway, according to local police sources. New York authorities are still investigating the car accident, which claimed two victims in the early morning of Feb. 18. Thankfully, no one else was injured in the single-car accident.
The Long Island Expressway in Queens was the site of tragedy on the night of Feb. 18. New York police are still investigating the cause of the car accident that killed a male driver and his female passenger, according to local reports. It is unclear what caused the accident as of this report, but police have not ruled out speed, weather conditions or intoxication as possible factors in the crash.
One individual has been injured in a two-car crash on Route 300, local police have reported. The New York resident, identified as an 18-year-old woman, suffered non life-threatening injuries following a car accident on Feb. 7. So far, no tickets or criminal citations have been issued by attending officers.
Hit-and-run accidents are very upsetting, especially when someone has been seriously or fatally injured. When the driver cannot be later apprehended by police, matters become even worse, as it is impossible to take legal action against someone who cannot be found. Fortunately, for the families of loved ones who died recently in a hit-and-run car accident in New York, they should be able to pursue legal options that are available to them.
Two people have been taken to a local hospital following a serious accident. New York police have arrested the driver in the car accident on suspicion of drunk driving after he crashed his SUV and injured himself and his passenger. All vehicles involved in the accident were badly damaged, but thankfully, no one else was injured.