Wellington Man Killed in Fatal Car Accident on I 95 Yesterday
a woman’s Range Rover collided with a tractor trailer in the westbound lanes of the Cross Bronx Expressway
Several hours after the initial crash, the FDNY began working to control the fire and clear the scene. Photos taken at the scene show the tractor-trailer completely burned out. The truck drivers escaped without injury.
The driver of the Range Rover SUV was killed in the crash. Her name has not been released yet. She was in her 30s or 40s. The driver of the second tractor-trailer was 53 years old. The drivers were not immediately hospitalized, but were evaluated by medics at the scene.
Police launched an investigation into the crash. Investigators are still attempting to determine the identity of the woman in the Range Rover. The accident closed the Cross Bronx Expressway in both directions for several hours.
Traffic has been diverted off Chatham Parkway, Grange Road, and Bonny Bridge Road. Motorists should expect significant delays and should use caution in the area. The Department of Transportation advises drivers to seek alternate routes.
The woman’s Range Rover was traveling in the westbound lanes of the Cross Bronx Expressway when it collided with a tractor trailer. The SUV was partially crushed in the wreck and later exploded into flames. A second tractor trailer then slammed into the SUV from behind. This set off a chain reaction crash. The impact caused the SUV to overturn and explode into flames.
a 52-year-old Wellington man was killed in a single-car crash on i 95 near Boynton Beach Boulevard
Approximately 5:10 a.m., a 52-year-old Wellington man was killed in a single-car crash on Interstate 95 northbound near Boynton Beach Boulevard. The vehicle crashed into a traffic sign support pole on the driver’s side, hitting a guardrail, then slid onto the outside shoulder and came to rest on its roof.
The accident was the first in the state this year to result in death, according to the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. The crash also injured two people. The 52-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other two victims were transported to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The driver was ejected from the car, and the passenger sustained head injuries.
Another vehicle involved in the accident was a pickup truck, which was being towed by a car carrier. The driver and passenger of the vehicle were also transported to VCU Medical Center, where they were treated. The vehicle, which was traveling at a high rate of speed, rear-ended the Lexus.
a tow truck driver was killed in a car accident on i 95 in HARRISON, N.Y.
During a recent car accident, a tow truck driver was killed in Westchester County, New York. The accident occurred on I-95 near Exit 18B. The tow truck driver was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials. The driver, Carlos Santiago, was hooked up to a disabled vehicle when two cars crashed into the tow truck.
The New York State Police are asking for help in locating the driver who struck and killed the tow truck operator. The agency is also looking for evidence of what caused the crash. If you have any information, you should contact the New York State Crime Stoppers at 866-313-TIPS. They are also offering a $2,500 reward for information.
The New York Move Over Law was enacted in 2011. It was introduced to make sure motorists are watching for traffic while driving on major roads. The law was amended in 2013 to include garbage and recycling truck drivers. It also expanded the list of things to see to include tow truck drivers.
a winter storm is dumping snow and ice across the Tri-State area
During the weekend, a massive storm system moved into the US and pushed snow and ice across the midwest and upper Midwest. Thousands of homes and businesses in the region were left without power after the storm knocked out power lines and trees. The storm also triggered weather warnings in many states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
A winter storm was expected to hit the northeast Friday morning and will continue into Saturday. It is expected to bring up to six inches of snow to some areas, while others will see less than one inch. A winter weather advisory was issued for all of Long Island and New York City, as well as southern Connecticut.
Forecasters say that the heaviest snowfall will occur between four and seven a.m. and will continue into Friday morning’s rush hour. Several areas will see snowfall rates exceeding an inch per hour.
The storm will move to the northeast Friday night, bringing more snow to the East Coast. Winter storm watches are in place until 9 p.m. Those areas include New London, Connecticut, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C.