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Hundreds of New York City Classrooms Contaminated with Lead

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New York City schools’ principals will notify thousands of parents of young children that their classrooms had cracked, chipped or peeling paint that tested positive for lead this summer. According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, in a round of inspections starting in June, contractors found lead in paint that was peeling in […]

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Long Island Injury Crash Involves Impaired Teen Driver

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A 17-year-old Long Island teen driving home from a sleepover has been accused of crashing her car into an elderly woman. According to a report in the New York Post, the teen left her friend’s house on Ashford Drive in Bohemia the morning of Aug. 10. Police said she drank spiked seltzers during the sleepover. […]

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Bicyclist Fatally Injures Pedestrian in Manhattan Bike Lane Collision

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A pedestrian has died from severe injuries suffered in a collision with a bicyclist in the Flatiron District of Manhattan. According to a Gothamist news report, the 60-year-old man was struck by a bicyclist riding north in the bike lane near the intersection of Sixth Avenue and West 23rd Street on July 31. The man […]

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Fall at Brooklyn Construction Site Injures Worker

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A 45-year-old worker was injured in a Brooklyn construction accident after he fell 15 feet down a shaft at the work site. According to a report in the New York Daily News, this was the third time since May that a worker has been injured at the site on Surf Avenue near West 35th Street […]

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State Senator Urges NYCHA to Proceed with Lead Testing in Queens Public Housing Units

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State Senator Michael Gianaris recently spoke out against the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) regarding the lack of lead testing in the borough’s public housing complexes or “the Projects.” According to an article in the Queens Eagle, which reported extensively about the lack of lead testing in the area’s public housing, Gianaris criticized NYCHA […]

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Woman and Grandson Injured in Queens Pedestrian Accident

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A 56-year-old woman and her 8-year-old grandson were injured in a pedestrian accident after they were struck by a car while crossing a street in Queens. According to a report in the New York Post, the woman and the boy were crossing the street near Jamaica Avenue and 115th Street in Richmond Hill the morning […]

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Construction Manager Killed in Queens Wall Collapse

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A 67-year-old construction manager was fatally injured after he was buried in debris from a wall that collapsed inside a partially completed building in Queens. According to a New York Daily News report, the fatal construction accident occurred in a building on Beach 67th St. near Ocean Avenue North in Arverne. Firefighters worked to free […]

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Report Shows New York City Housing Authority Failed to Maintain Roofs

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A new Comptroller’s report has found that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) (The Projects) failed to properly maintain its roofs and wasted millions of dollars on repairs because staffers had no clue they were covered under warranty. According to a report in the New York Post, City Comptroller Scott Stringer said NYCHA “is […]

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Fire in Queens Apartment Without Working Smoke Alarms Leaves One Dead, Two Injured

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A 50-year-old man was killed and two others were injured in a fire that broke out in a Queens apartment with smoke alarms that didn’t work. According to NBC New York, flames broke out on the fifth floor of the residential building on Elmhurst Avenue early morning on July 29. Three people suffered smoke inhalation […]

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Fatal Brooklyn Bicycle Accident Takes Death Toll This Year to 18

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A woman was fatally injured in a bicycle accident in Brooklyn the morning of July 29, pushing the fatality count in the city this year to 18. According to a CBS New York news report, the 30-year-old bicyclist traveling near 35th Street and Third Avenue in the Greenwood Heights section of Brooklyn, swerved to avoid […]

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