One teenager is dead and two more injured after a high-speed crash in an allegedly stolen Maserati. Authorities say the three teenagers stole the unlocked vehicle from a driveway. The teens lost control of the car, ran over a curb, and crashed. One of the teenagers was pronounced dead at the scene. Sheriffs say the other two are in the hospital, one with critical injuries and the other “not expected to make it.“
One of New York’s Bravest is being regarded as a hero after an SUV crushed his leg. After a black BMW SUV crashed into a white sedan in Manhattan, a firefighter tried to stabilize the BMW. A witness says the driver, who was trapped inside the vehicle, accidentally hit the gas. which caused the vehicle to come crashing down on the firefighter’s leg. Firefighter Ryan Warnock was saved by good Samaritans and fellow FDNY members. Miraculously, he only suffered a broken femur.
Two motorcycles and a car were cruising on Myrtle Beach’s Ocean Boulevard in South Carolina. The sedan accelerated faster than the bikes, hitting one from behind. The driver of the motorcycle was pinned under the car. Witnesses to the crash and police lifted the vehicle, freeing the trapped man. “We are lucky to live and work in a community where everyone is ready to work together to help others,” Myrtle Beach Police Department wrote on Facebook.
Surveillance videos at the Greater Columbus Convention Center caught a 2020 Tesla Model S slamming through an exterior wall. Police say the driver ran a red light and was going around 70 miles per hour. The convention center was reportedly hosting several events at the time of the crash, including a girl’s junior volleyball championship. No one inside the building was hurt. The Tesla driver was taken to the hospital “in stable condition,” and was cited for “failure to control” their vehicle.
A video, released by the Albuquerque Police Department, shows the moment of impact when a speeding Ford Mustang hit a school bus full of middle school students. Kids climbed out of windows and the emergency door to safety, while adult bystanders who witnessed the crash came to assist the frightened children. According to Albuquerque Public Schools, there were 23 students heading home at the time of the crash. The bus driver and seven students were sent to the hospital for their injuries.