Drunk Driving

Report: Drunk Driver Who Fatally Struck NYU Student on East Houston Tested More 1.5 Times the Legal Limit

Posted May 9, 2022 at 5:11 am

The alleged drunk driver who fatally struck an NYU student on the Lower East Side last week was 1.5-times the legal blood-alcohol limit. Queens resident Michael de Guzman, 49, reportedly clocked blood-alcohol content of .13 after plowing his 2017 red Camaro into aspiring doctor Raife Milligan, 21, as he crossed East Houston at First Avenue last Monday morning, according to […]

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NYU Student Hit by Drunk Driver on East Houston Dies

Last modified May 8, 2022 at 10:13 am

A New York University student who was hit early Monday morning by a drunk driver on East Houston Street died of his injuries, police announced yesterday. According to authorities, 21-year-old Raife Milligan, an Indiana native, was crossing East Houston at First Avenue/Allen at 2:45am, when he was struck by Queens resident Michael Deguzman, who was […]

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Drunk Driver Struck Man on Moped at Bowery and Delancey

Posted October 23, 2020 at 5:18 am

A man is in critical condition after an SUV, operated by a driver police believe was intoxicated, struck his moped at Bowery and Delancey Street early Wednesday morning. Police said the Toyota RAV4 turned onto Delancey from the Bowery at around 2:00am, where it struck the 38-year-old on the moped. Paramedics rushed the victim to […]

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Drunk Driver Charged with Manslaughter in Fatal Post-Christmas Crash at Manhattan Bridge

Posted January 16, 2018 at 5:13 am

Prosecutors last week indicted a man on charges of manslaughter for the fatal drunk driving crash last month on the Bowery that left a teenager dead. In the early morning hours of December 26, authorities said that 22-year-old Gerald Joseph was traveling westbound across the Manhattan Bridge at 65 mph, nearly twice the legal limit […]

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DOT’s ‘BLOTTO’ Anti-DWI Posters Surface on Lower East Side

Last modified August 18, 2015 at 5:19 pm

You may have come across these eye-catching pads of tear-off flyers in your neighborhood travels.

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