2015 Staten Island Accident Map


Zoom in on an area and click the dots in the intersection to learn more about the accidents that occurred at that location

In the early morning hours of March 18, 2015, a New Jersey police officer — off duty at the time — drove the wrong way on the West Shore Expressway in Staten Island. His vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer, killing two of his passengers.

Just hours before the tragic crash that took the lives of another police officer and a civilian riding in the ill-fated vehicle, the driver — Officer Pedro Abad Jr. — posted a photo on social media of glasses filled with liquor.

In another Staten Island fatal car accident, a 19-year-old woman lost her life when the vehicle in which she was riding crashed into a pole in July 2015. Another woman in the car suffered critical injuries. The driver, who apparently lost control of the vehicle, and another passenger were able to climb out safely.

In June 2015, a 57-year-old man was sitting on a Staten Island park bench at Victory Boulevard and Bay Street when a car hit and killed him following a crash that sent an SUV flying onto the sidewalk. The driver of the SUV was charged with driving while ability impaired.

Throughout 2015, vehicle crashes — many caused by impairment or distracted driving — resulted in injuries and deaths in Staten Island. By reviewing our Staten Island Accident Map, you can pinpoint the intersections with the most accidents and those with the highest numbers of injuries.

Highest Number of Accidents: Staten Island Intersections

Hylan Boulevard and New Dorp Lane had the year’s highest accident total in Staten Island, at 57. In all, 14 people suffered injuries in those accidents. Additional intersections constituting the highest accident counts for the year included:

Richmond Avenue and Richmond Hill Road: 48 accidents, 19 injuries and one fatality

Hylan Boulevard and Narrows Road South: 46 accidents and 13 injuries

Platinum Avenue and Richmond Avenue: 39 accidents and 21 injuries

Clove Road and Victory Boulevard: 37 accidents and eight injuries

Forest Hill Road and Richmond Avenue: 37 accidents, 14 injuries and one fatality

Highest Number of Injuries Reported

The Staten Island intersections with the highest numbers of reported injuries in 2015 include:

  • Henderson Avenue and LaFayette Avenue: five accidents and 27 injuries.
  • Allison Avenue and Clawson Street: 31 accidents and 25 injuries.
  • Platinum Avenue and Richmond Avenue: 39 accidents and 21 injuries.

Throughout Staten Island, more than 20 intersections were the sites of injury numbers in the double digits due to traffic accidents.

Several fatalities also occurred in the borough as the result of vehicle crashes in 2015. Arden Avenue and Hylan Boulevard had a total of 14 crashes with 12 injuries and two fatalities. In addition, 17 different intersections were the site of one fatality each.

Have You Been Hurt in a Staten Island Crash?

If you’ve been injured in a vehicle accident in Staten Island, consider working with an experienced auto accident attorney who can help you protect your rights. To consult with an attorney, please contact Law Office of Ivan M. Diamond.
Share this Map On Your Site