PARK SLOPE – Two years ago, Ruthie Ann Miles was pregnant and crossing the street with her five-year-old daughter Abigail Joy, when a driver ran over them, killing Abigail and a one-year-old boy/ Miles suffered a miscarriage. Now, two years later, she gave birth to a baby girl. The 37-year-old Broadway
NYC Council Member Brad Lander, Council Speaker Corey Johnson, and safe streets advocates rallied outside City Hall on Tuesday for legislation that would make city streets safer by getting the most dangerous drivers off the roads. > We’re on the steps of City Hall with @bradlander [https://twitter.com/bradlander?
PARK SLOPE – Council Member Brad Lander, NYC Department of Transportation [http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/home/home.shtml] (DOT), and the Park Slope Street Safety Partnership [https://www.facebook.com/ParkSlopeStreetSafetyPartnership/] are hosting a Street Safety Town Hall next Wednesday (May 30) to pinpoint dangerous locations across the
PARK SLOPE – The Staten Island woman who drove her car into a group of pedestrians and killed two young children in Park Slope in March was arraigned at Brooklyn Supreme Court on Thursday on a ten-count indictment charging her with second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, reckless endangerment, assault, and other
PARK SLOPE – The Staten Island woman who drove through a red light, killing two children in Park Slope back in March, has finally been arrested. Dorothy Bruns was arrested Thursday morning and indicted for manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, and assault charges in the March 5th incident, the Daily News [http:
PARK SLOPE – Last week it was reported that improperly filed paperwork reporting a September hit-and-run incident involving Dorothy Bruns, the driver who killed two children in Park Slope earlier this month [/details-released-mondays-deadly-collision-park-slope/], allowed the motorist to stay on the road and continue driving. Scene following the crash at 9th Street
PARK SLOPE – Following a rally Tuesday morning [/safe-streets-kids-neighbors-demand-driver-kills-two-children-crosswalk/] where organizers confronted Mayor de Blasio and demanded he take steps to make 9th Street safer, Council Member Brad Lander sent out a statement outlining ideas on how to improve city streets. Memorial at 9th Street and 5th Avenue (Photo: Dina Rabiner)
PARK SLOPE – The NYPD released more information regarding yesterday’s tragic car crash [/two-children-struck-killed-5th-ave-9th-street/] that left two young children dead. Scene following the crash at 9th Street & 5th Avenue (Photo courtesy of Lloyd Mitchell)At approximately 12:40pm on Monday, March 5, police say they responded to a call regarding