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Kingston Avenue Crash Avoids Pedestrians

A car accident on Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights on Monday afternoon sent a vehicle crashing into the sidewalk but avoided hitting and harming any pedestrians. Full Story, Photos

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BH !!!!
October 11, 2021 5:26 pm

Those safety barriers – and a good mezzuzah – were worth every penny

B”H
October 11, 2021 5:39 pm

You see the Rebbe is with us!

Baruch HaShem
October 11, 2021 5:55 pm

Baruch HaShem

Drive like a CHASSID
October 11, 2021 9:45 pm

One of those cars went through a red light. Just last week there was a car accident involving a local crown heights school bus. We are living on miracles that Baruch HaShem lo aleynu no one was hurt or that there was no chas veshalom fatalities. People need to be driving like their children and grandparents are on the sidewalks and cross walks. We do so much in this community to help one another and to save each other’s lives (Hatzalah, bikkur cholim, ahavas chesed, etc). Can we drive in a way to prevent injury or death OR do we… Read more »

Quite Right!
Reply to  Drive like a CHASSID
October 12, 2021 2:05 am

I was going round a roundabout/circle this morning and a woman was stopped to let me continue to go round. Then as I’m almost directly in front of her she started to drive, almost hitting me. I slammed on the brakes and gave her my best glare. She didn’t care. OBEY TRAFFIC LAWS! They are there for a reason.

It was a pure miracle
October 12, 2021 9:22 am

Pure miracle that no one walking by was struck or crushed by that accident. At any time there could have been a dozen people and kids standing on that corner.

Enough with the reckless driving and speeding and gunning yellow lights in narrow residential streets packed with pedestrians!!! Something needs to be done. We can not rely on miracles.

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