Multi-vehicle accident on Madison Avenue caught on video

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Please everyone slow down when you are driving through an intersection.
    I promise you that you will not lose your Parnassa (job)
    if you drive at a slower pace through an intersection.
    Ask your Rav, please.
    Hashem already put aside your Parnassa for this year.

  2. Regardless that was a least smart move to make, trying to cross Madison with so much traffic going in both directions, but it was actually illegal – signs on those Madison side streets all say only right turn 7 am to 7 pm… No wonder

  3. we need actual traffic enforcement, there are so many dangerous things I see on a daily basis, for exampleailure to yield while turning, failure to yield by 4 way stop signs, parking on a corner obstructing the view, running reds, blocking intersections after the light already changed. It’s not normal that our PD feels that the public isn’t behind them doing so.

  4. @avraham
    The guy who was going fast and spun out in the collision wasn’t doing anything wrong, the minivan that stuck his nose out trying to get away with their straight-through-the-nine crossing was wrong and caused the spun out car’s owner much unneeded trouble. The fast looking car had the right of way, wasn’t going so fast, and only looks like he was going super fast because he wasn’t in the long congested line in the lane waiting to turn left onto rt 88.

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