Brooklyn, New York, can be a very busy place. Between residents, businesspeople, and tourists, there are an enormous number of people coming and going every day. Of course, this can result in crowded roads and corresponding potential for car accidents.
There are a lot of reasons why a car accident may occur in New York. In some cases, the car accident is caused by pure human carelessness that might be considered less predictable. Collisions involving a drunk driver are considered entirely preventable by a simple voluntary decision to call a taxi or designate a sober driver.
A doctor at Rome Memorial Hospital in New York faced a lawsuit back in 2006, when a patient of his died. He was working in the emergency department when the incident took place. The family of the man who passed away claims that he failed to examine the man for brain trauma in a proper fashion, and that this negligence led to his death.
A car crash in Brooklyn occurred in the early hours of the morning, at roughly 4:45 a.m. One man was driving a Toyota Camry, and the other was driving an Infiniti G37, which is a luxury sedan. The two cars collided at the intersection, and the vehicles were badly mangled in the wreck. How fast the cars were traveling has not been released, but there had to be a significant rate of speed for that level of damage to occur.