Cops: East Rockaway Woman Crashes Suv Into Car After Fight

Elizabeth Dwyer, 20, of East Rockaway, was arrested

22, 2013) Nassau An East Rockaway woman argued with a man she knew, then intentionally crashed an SUV into his car early Sunday morning, Nassau County police said. No one was injured, police said. Police said the 19-year-old victim was sitting in a 2002 Volkswagen on Smith Street in East Rockaway with an 18-year-old male friend at 12:11 a.m. when Elizabeth Dwyer, 20, of Smith Street, approached the vehicle. MAPS: Reported crimes near you | Registered sex offenders Dwyer, who knew the victim, began arguing with him before leaving in a 1996 Jeep sport utility vehicle, police said. Dwyer soon returned, and when the victim tried to leave his parking space, Dwyer positioned her vehicle to block him in, police said. The victim then put his car into reverse to escape, and Dwyer followed him in her vehicle, police said.
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Fatal car accident along North Harbor Drive

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A car fire and a fatal crash on the 405 Freeway near the SepulvedaPass tied up the morning commute in both directions Friday as crews worked to clear the wreckage. Only two lanes on the either side of the freeway were expected to be open until at least 8 a.m. as authorities cleared a car fire from the southbound side and investigated a multi-vehicle crash on the northbound side, California Highway Patrol officials said. At least three vehicles were involved in the crash on the northbound side betweenMulholland and Skirball Center drives, a Los Angeles Fire Department official said. One person was killedand two others were injured, the official said. A Sigalert remained in effect for both sides of the freeway. ALSO:
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Car crashes into fire hydrant near Edison Mall

The extent of their injuries is unknown. The victim’s identity has not been released. Witness Steve Thorn described the crash as a “tremendous explosion.” The car propelled itself over the island there and flipped over three or four times, at least, Thorn said. The domino-effect accident happened about a mile and a half from the San Diego International Airport, where Andy Hendry and his wife had just landed. Hendry said they had only been driving their rental car for five minutes when they were rear-ended. Hendry says they were lucky. “We weren’t hurt.
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1 Killed, 2 Injured in Crash near Harbor

The accident occurred just past 7 p.m. near the intersection of West Grape Street and North Harbor Drive. According to San Diego Fire officials, four cars were involved in the accident. Two others were injured from the scene and were transported to UCSD Medical Center with unknown injuries, according to San Diego Fire Officials. Officials are blocking off traffic in the area while they conduct investigations.
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Car crashes into semitruck on I-80

Both the man and the woman were extricated from the vehicle and transported by ground ambulance to the University of Utah Hospital. They were traveling westbound on I-80 around 8:46 a.m. when the man driving lost control and the car began to slide sideways, which caused it to veer in the path of the semitruck and resulted in the semi T-boning the car. Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Jacob Cox said that the roads were slick with snow and slush, and the driver was traveling too fast for the winter conditions. “UHP continues to ask drivers to please slow down when the roads are wet, slushy, or snowy,” Cox said. “The posted speed limits are for clear, dry days. In winter conditions, it may be best to travel 20 to 30 mph or more under the posted speed limit.” Cox also said that the left and center lane would be closed for crash investigation and diagramming. The semi was carrying over 10,000 pounds of U.S. mail.
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Car fire, fatal crash clog traffic on 405 at Sepulveda Pass

Fort Myers police officials say three vehicles were involved in the crash on Winkler Avenue and US-41 near Edison Mall. One person was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. “It also looked like the lady was okay, even thought the ambulance came. It’s just crazy because it’s rush hour traffic. I’m sure everybody is going to be a little late getting home,” said witness Jeremy Hinton. Witnesses say the crash sent water shooting up more than 20 feet into the air. Fortunately, a lot of the water drained into a nearby canal. One lane of southbound US-41 has been closed due to the water.
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