New York City is a hive of construction activity year round, and some of those jobs are considered to be very high-risk. One particularly dangerous job on construction sites is excavation work.
The 63-year-old Memorial Sloan Kettering breast cancer surgeon recently filed a lawsuit in a Manhattan civil court after being injured in a collision involving two cars.
This week, a 6-week-old infant died tragically after a faulty elevator in a Brooklyn high rise caused her stroller to plummet eight stories down into the elevator shaft.
Last month, a fire blazed through the Commons, a two-story student housing complex on the campus of SUNY Purchase. The fire began in a first-floor unit at about 10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 4, while a student attempted to cook in the unit's kitchen.