Kaitlyn Kanzler North Jersey Record Published 12:38 PM EST Dec 13, 2018 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — An armored Brink's truck scattered money across New Jersey Route 3, causing delays as people got out of their cars to scoop up the cash fluttering around on the highway, witnesses say. East Rutherford police received calls at 8:30 a.m. EST that the bullet-resistant truck was spilling cash along the highway. A video posted on Twitter showed several people out of their cars, grabbing money while other cars were delayed or drove around them. The commotion caused multiple related crashes, police said. The training building that the New York Giants use is in the background of one video. ► March 3: Plot to steal $4M from armored vehicles ends with epic arrest► January 2017: Hundreds oppose parole for 1981 Brink's getaway driver► December 2016: How an Idaho football player robbed a Brink's truck Betsy Richards of Montclair, New Jersey, was on a NJ Transit bus into New … [Read more...] about Brink’s truck spills money on busy road during New Jersey rush hour
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Mike Snider USA TODAY Published 5:05 PM EDT Oct 8, 2018 The state of New York might have some of the nation's toughest regulations for limousines, but that still did not prevent the country's worst transportation accident in nearly a decade Saturday. All 18 people in an SUV limo and two pedestrians were killed when the vehicle crashed Saturday in upstate New York, about 160 miles north of New York City. The limo group, who were heading to a Cooperstown, New York, brewery for a surprise birthday party, originally rented a bus, but it broke down and the limousine was substituted. One of the passengers complained about the condition of the Ford Excursion limo in a text message to her mother shortly before the crash, The Washington Post reported. Any limousine operating in the state of New York must meet vehicle and driver's license regulations that are among the toughest in the nation, said Kevin Barwell, president of the Limousine, Bus, Taxi, Operators of … [Read more...] about New York limo crash: How are limousines, drivers regulated for safety
News / World by Press Association 25/08/2018, 9:32 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter At least 15 people have been killed in a road crash in Bulgaria involving a bus carrying tourists. Police said the bus was carrying tourists on a weekend trip to a nearby resort when it overturned and then plunged down a side road 66ft below the main route it had been travelling on. Another 27 people were injured in the incident. The accident happened at 5.10pm local time on Saturday, 12 miles north of the capital Sofia. Health officials said some of those injured are in a critical condition. There was no immediate information about the nationality of the passengers. Following the crash, the government immediately declared Monday a national day of mourning. Sign up to our Daily newsletter More from the Evening Express England rugby star Danny Cipriani ‘truly sorry’ after fracas at Jersey bar 24 killed, 19 others … [Read more...] about Bulgaria tourist bus plunges 66ft after crash
Justin Price and Caitlin McGlade Louisville Courier Journal Published 10:46 p.m. UTC Aug 21, 2018 Decades of government advisories weren't enough to save four people from being thrown from a 15-passenger church van that flipped on a Missouri highway this month. Three teenagers died. They were among eleven teens and two adults from Faith Chapel Assembly of God near Kansas City traveling to Arkansas when they crashed in southwestern Missouri. The driver and all other passengers were injured. The tragedy is all too familiar for families mourning the deaths of more than 600 people in 15-passenger van rollovers since 2001. That figure represents deaths in crashes where a van was the only vehicle involved. A Courier Journal investigation of early-model vans published in May found that regulators have largely failed to protect people from the unwieldy vehicles. Auto makers have either stopped producing the vehicles or have added safety features in … [Read more...] about Two more crashes, four more deaths. Why are churches still using unsafe vans?
EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- Police say there were no fatalities or serious injuries after a hit-and-run crash around 5:30 p.m. caused a school bus to flip over and block multiple lanes of traffic. The other vehicle in the crash reportedly sped off from the scene, CBS New York reports. Authorities say 42 adults and children were taken to area hospitals and their injuries are considered non-life-threatening. The bus overturned Saturday in East Brunswick. The bus was heading back to Newark from the Mayor's Family Reunion/Picnic at the Black Bear Lake Country Club in Millstone, N.J. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka went to a hospital after the crash to meet with families involved in the crash. New Jersey State Police closed both local and express lanes of the turnpike for about an hour to deal with those injured and clear the road to resume traffic. … [Read more...] about School bus with 42 on board flips after hit-and-run on New Jersey Turnpike, police say