Manhattan, NY – Injuries, Entrapment in Crash at Dyer Ave & W 36th St

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Manhattan, NY - Injuries, Entrapment in Crash at Dyer Ave & W 36th St

Manhattan, NY (April 19, 2024) – There were confirmed injuries after a car accident in the Manhattan area on Sunday, May 19. The collision was reported that afternoon, around 1:28 p.m., at the intersection of Dyer Avenue and W. 36th Street. Two vehicles reportedly collided at the scene.

Emergency crews were rushed to the scene to provide the necessary aid to the involved parties. There were reports of entrapment, and at least one victim had to be extricated by responding officials. The injured parties were provided aid by attending medical personnel before being transferred to a local hospital by ambulance for additional support. The area was closed for several hours while emergency responders were present. The resulting wreckage and debris were later cleared by responding tow trucks. No further information on the crash is currently available. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the incident is being handled by local law enforcement officials.

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Distracted Driving Accidents in New York

Manhattan, NY - Injuries, Entrapment in Crash at Dyer Ave & W 36th StIt is your responsibility as a motorist to keep your focus on the road. Unfortunately, with the increasing usage of smartphones and other mobile devices in the United States, what should be a simple task is turning into nearly impossible. The roads in New York are among the most dangerous when it comes to driver distraction, and its residents have a reputation for driving carelessly. The state is the eighth worst in the country for distracted driving-related collisions. Distracted driving was linked to 563 out of 4,785 road deaths in the state between 2017 and 2021, or almost 13 percent of all traffic fatalities. Drivers who fail to pay attention to the road should be held responsible for their conduct in the event of a serious auto accident.

You need to do everything possible to protect your way of life after a serious car accident. A trained Manhattan car accident lawyer will be able to support you as you pursue your case. Contact the offices of Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson LLP today at (516) 774-3635.

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Disclaimers: To promote safety and prevent tragic accidents, we urge individuals in our community to drive slowly and cautiously. This news article is not intended as a solicitation for business. Any information provided should not be considered professional medical or legal advice. Additionally, please note that the photo used in this post is not from the location of the collision.

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