Manhattan, NY – Injuries in Collision at E 93rd St & 2nd Ave

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Manhattan, NY - Injuries in Collision at E 93rd St & 2nd Ave

Manhattan, NY (May 15, 2024) – There was a serious auto accident in the Manhattan area on Wednesday, May 15, requiring support from local paramedics. The crash was reported early that morning, around 4:57 a.m. at the intersection of  E. 93rd Street and 2nd Avenue. Local reports indicated that there were confirmed injuries at the scene.

Two vehicles were involved in the crash. Local reports revealed that airbags were deployed in the collision. At this time, the severity and number of the resulting injuries have not been determined. The injured parties were treated by attending medical personnel before being transferred to a local hospital by ambulance for additional support. The circumstances leading to the crash were not included in the initial reports. No updates on the conditions of the crash victims have been provided at this time. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is being handled by local authorities.

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

Car Accidents in New York

Manhattan, NY - Injuries in Collision at E 93rd St & 2nd AveAn estimated six million automobile accidents occur annually in the United States. In New York, car crashes are common, and a total of 620 people are killed in collisions throughout the Big Apple each year, with 228,047 collisions involving bicycles, pedestrians, and drivers registered in the boroughs of New York City in a recent year. According to the latest crash statistics, Queens accounts for approximately 30 percent of all collisions across NYC, with Brooklyn coming in second with 28 percent. Every year, collisions in NYC result in the injuries of about 44,000 people in total. Those who have been injured may be able to recover for their injuries and other crash-related damages by working with an experienced lawyer.

It can be difficult to pursue a claim for compensation on your own after a serious auto accident. When you work with a trained Manhattan car accident lawyer, you will be in a better situation to get the most out of your case. The legal team at Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson LLP is here to help you during this difficult time. Contact our offices 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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