Month: February 2017

Woman Falls Over Escalator Handrail To Her Death In New York’s WTC Oculus

Posted On February 17, 2017 In Slip Trip & Fall

After years of construction, the highly anticipated World Trade Center Oculus finally opened in late 2016. The structure, which was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, is supposed to look like a bird in flight and has already faced much criticism from New Yorkers because of years of delays and the construction going over budget by almost $2 billion.

Speeding Driver Kills Off-Duty Cop Months Before Her Wedding

Posted On February 10, 2017 In Car Accidents

It’s easy to assume that when there are victims in a car accident that multiple vehicles are involved. But single car accidents caused by a negligent driver can be just as dangerous as multi-car accidents.

A Mourning Community

Recently, a rookie NYPD officer was killed in a single car accident, leaving behind a fiancé and community to mourn.…

Sludge Pile Caves In On Top Of New York Worker

Posted On February 3, 2017 In General

Everyone knows that electricity is necessary to make a majority of household goods work. But unless they work for the power plant producing that electricity, New Yorkers are rarely aware of the dangers that employees face every day.

Sludge Piles: Disgusting & Treacherous

Did you know that from one coal plant, 125,000 tons of ash and 193,000 tons of sludge are produced every year?