2015 Queens Accident Map

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Take a look at our findings for the accident statistics in Queens from 2013 to 2016:

Queens Accident Statistics 2013

  • Total accidents: 39,311
  • Motorist injuries: 7,639
  • Motorist fatalities: 25
  • Pedestrian injuries: 2,327
  • Pedestrian fatalities: 45
  • Cyclist injuries: 721
  • Cyclist fatalities: 1

Queens Accident Statistics 2014

  • Total accidents: 41,014
  • Motorist injuries: 7,121
  • Motorist fatalities: 20
  • Pedestrian injuries: 2,192
  • Pedestrian fatalities: 26
  • Cyclist injuries: 714
  • Cyclist fatalities: 6

Queens Accident Statistics 2015

  • Total accidents: 42,483
  • Motorist injuries: 7,655
  • Motorist fatalities: 20
  • Pedestrian injuries: 2,004
  • Pedestrian fatalities: 25
  • Cyclist injuries: 764
  • Cyclist fatalities: 6

Queens Accident Statistics 2016

  • Total accidents: 41,553
  • Motorist injuries: 8,150
  • Motorist fatalities: 9
  • Pedestrian injuries: 2,189
  • Pedestrian fatalities: 21
  • Cyclist injuries: 722
  • Cyclist fatalities: 2

As our 2015 Queens Accident Map shows, auto accidents caused numerous injuries — and multiple fatalities — throughout the year. In one tragic December incident, a 45-year-old man died when his car crashed into a tractor-trailer on the Van Wyck Expressway.

Also in December, a Porsche traveling at a high rate of speed crashed into a parked school bus, killing a young woman on impact. The driver admitted consuming multiple alcoholic drinks at a bar before driving, and police reported his blood-alcohol level at twice the legal limit.

And in May, a woman died and nine people — including six children — were hurt in a three-car crash. The driver of an SUV being used to shuttle children to a school ran a red light, striking a sedan. The impact caused the car to strike a box truck, killing the 53-year-old woman, who was a passenger in the car.

Which intersections in Queens had the highest numbers of vehicle accidents and resulting injuries in 2015?

Most Dangerous Intersections in Queens

Police reported that the Queens intersection of Brookville Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard had the year’s highest number of injuries related to crashes, at 61, along with one fatality. The injuries resulted from 113 accidents.

The following intersections also were among those with the highest number of reported injuries:

Hillside Avenue and Hollis Court Boulevard –  Nine accidents,  34 injuries.

101st Avenue and Woodhaven Boulevard: 61 accidents, 32 injuries.

150th Road and Rockaway Boulevard: 77 accidents, 29 injuries.

Farmers Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard: 82 accidents, 29 injuries.

Cypress Avenue and Vermont Place: 40 accidents, 24 injuries.

Two intersections had Queens’ highest numbers of fatalities for the year, at three each:

  • 46th Avenue and Utopia Parkway: 14 accidents and seven injuries.
  • 210th Street and 64th Avenue: four accidents and three injuries.

Intersections with Most Accidents

The Queens intersections with the highest numbers of crashes for the year included:

  • Brookville Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard: 113 accidents and 61 injuries.
  • Atlantic Avenue and Van Wyck Expressway: 83 accidents and 15 injuries.
  • Farmers Boulevard and Rockaway Boulevard: 82 accidents and 29 injuries.
  • Queens Boulevard and Woodhaven Boulevard: 80 accidents and eight injuries.
  • College Point Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue: 79 accidents and 17 injuries.

Work with a Queens Auto Accidents Attorney

If you’ve been hurt due to someone else’s negligence in a vehicle accident, you need representation from an experienced lawyer for personal injury. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, including pain and suffering, lost wages and medical expenses. Please contact The Law Offices of Ivan M. Diamond for a free consultation about your case.

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