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The Weekly Carnage

9:31 AM EDT on June 1, 2007

James Carbone / Newsday

Fatal Crashes (8 Killed This Week; 266 Killed This Year)

    • North Great River, L.I.: 2 Killed as 2 Vehicles Collide (Newsday)
    • Brooklyn: Enraged Woman in SUV Runs Over Her Boyfriend (Daily News)
    • Related: Woman Charged With Criminal Possession of a Weapon - the SUV (NYT)
    • Manhattan: Motorcyclist Killed in Collision With Car (Newsday)
    • Flanders, L.I.: Man on Morning Walk Killed by Teen (Newsday)
    • Jefferson, N.J.: Gulf War Vet, 37, Killed in Motorcycle-SUV Collision (
    • Rye, N.Y.: Man, 20, Loses Control of BMW, Hits Pole (Journal News)
    • Related: Hundreds Mourn as Speed and Alcohol Called Factors (Journal News)

Angela Gaul / The Journal News

Injuries, Arrests & Property Damage

    • Sloatsburg, N.Y.: Memorial Day Crash Chars 2 Vehicles (Journal News)
    • Manhattan: Car Slams Into Popeyes, Injuring 6 (Daily News, NY Post)
    • Manhattan: Wild Van Hits Cyclist, Pedestrians, Cars (WABC 7)
    • Lawrence, N.J.: Car Crashes Through Window of Tire Store (Times of Trenton)
    • Staten Island: Off-Duty Cop Charged With DWI After SUV Wreck (S.I. Advance)
    • Bay Shore, L.I.: 5 Women Injured as Speeding SUV Crashes, Flips (Newsday)
    • Bohemia, L.I.: Boy on Cycle, 6, in Critical After Being Hit by Car (Newsday)
    • West Babylon, L.I.: Girl Struck and Seriously Injured by Car (Newsday)
    • Lacey Twp., N.J.: 2 Injured, 3 Ejected as SUV Rear-Ended (Jersey Journal)
    • Danbury, Conn.: Charges for Men Who Left Crash Victim (Stamford Advocate)
    • New Haven: 2 Firefighters Injured in Ambulance Crash (Newsday)
    • Parsippany, N.J.: 2 Horses Injured as Trailer Flips (
    • Bayonne, N.J.: Man Charged After Veering Off Road (Jersey Journal)
    • Bridgeville, N.Y.: Truck Flips, Live Chickens Take to Road (Newsday)
    • Lawrence, N.J.: Road Closed for 8 Hours as Truck Flips (
    • Jersey City: En Route to Stabbing, Ambulance Crashes (
    • Yonkers, N.Y.: 2 Injured in a 2-Car Crash (Journal News)
    • Upper Grandview, N.Y.: Furniture Truck Crash Closes Road (Journal News)
    • Patterson, N.Y.: Children Evacutated from Bus as it Tilts Over (Journal News)

Following Up

    • Queens: Security Guard Dies of His Injuries* (Queens Courier)
    • Bronx: Driver Killed by Officer Was Drunk - Sources (WABC 7)
    • Manhattan: Times Editor Hit by Truck Works From Home (Observer)
    • Manhattan: Doctor, 35, Paralyzed at 18, Overcomes Challenges (Daily News)
    • Staten Island: Youth Who Hit Cyclist Held on $250G Bail (S.I. Advance)
    • Queens: Detective Pleads Guilty in Crash (Newsday)
    • Islip Terrace, L.I.: Guilty Plea in DWI Deaths (Newsday)
    • Mother Sues NJ Trooper Who Killed 2 Daughters in Crash (
    • Bail Reduced for Bronx Man in Fatal NJ Turnpike Crash (


    • Crashes Lead Way in Child Deaths (Newsday)
    • Staten Island Children Safe -- To a Point (S.I. Advance)

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