March 17, 2011 by staff
Ophadell Williams, Federal investigators met yesterday Ophadell Williams, the driver of a tour bus that crashed on I-95 in the Bronx on Saturday morning, killing 15 passengers and seriously injuring six others. Legal experts say Williams, a former inmate who served time for manslaughter, he is unlikely to be accused of a crime unless it was under the influence of alcohol or drugs or s it demonstrated a pattern of reckless driving before the crash. The New York Times marked the crash site, near the ramp to the Hutchinson River Parkway, to find coaches through very carefully. Monday night, another bus tour of Chinatown in Philadelphia crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike, killing two people.
As they search for a missing mother of four Bronx, Tina Adovasio, police are focusing their attention on the woman’s husband, Edwin Cuello, a former NYPD cop who has a history of domestic violence. A month ago, the wife filed for divorce. NY1 video.
Continuing in this vein of fatal domestic violence allegations, the woman in a coma Bronx who say the policy has been injected with cyanide by her husband (who later killed himself by injecting the same poison) died yesterday.
Crain’s on the building workers’ strike is averted Bronx.
The bandits targeting workers Bronx postal mail carriers are key.
And finally, some GOOD NEWS: The cheerleading team at MS in Castle Hill won a trip to the national championships in South Carolina, but we need additional funds for his trip. Send your donations to: 127 S. Cheerleaders, Purdy Street, Bronx, NY
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