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    A Hidden Hills woman drove nearly half a mile after fatally striking two boys on a Westlake Village road at high speed and told a deputy her Mercedes-Benz had become disabled after she “hit something,” according to testimony and video played during the third day of her preliminary hearing Wednesday. By the time another Los Angeles County deputy came to administer a DUI test to Rebecca Grossman after the Sept. 29, 2020, crash, a Sheriff’s Department video shows her repeatedly asking him versions of the question: “What is going on with these children?” She repeatedly interrupted the deputy, who eventually determined she was impaired, trying to find out the fate of Mark Iskander, 11, and his brother Jacob, 8, who were in a crosswalk with their family on Triunfo Canyon Road when they were struck by Grossman’s SUV. She told the deputy that her husband, Dr. Peter Grossman, is a surgeon and could help, adding that her home is nearby. “Can someone let me know how the children are? … The officer said some children were hit,” she...
    Rebecca Grossman was tailing a friend’s SUV and driving as fast as 81 mph on a Westlake Village road before she fatally hit two young brothers in a crosswalk, witnesses testified Tuesday. After striking the boys, sending one child flying into the air, she braked for only a second but did not stop, according to the testimony. On the second day of a hearing to determine whether Grossman, 58, should stand trial in the deaths of Jacob and Mark Iskander, ages 8 and 11, on Sept. 29, 2020, two eyewitnesses described how her SUV plowed through the crosswalk on Triunfo Canyon Road. The boys were walking with their family at about 7:10 p.m. and crossing a three-way intersection with a marked crosswalk but no stoplight. A crash expert also testified that had Grossman slowed from 73 mph — her speed about 550 feet from the crosswalk — to the posted limit of 45 mph, she would not have hit the children because they would have already been at the curb. “If the car had been going the speed...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A mother said shots fired from a stolen car pierced her SUV, nearly missing her children in the back seat. It happened Friday afternoon near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Quebec Street in Denver’s Central Park neighborhood. From broken glass to a bullet hole in the back seat of her SUV, what happened Friday will forever stay in Jenny’s mind. “We were really lucky,” said Jenny, who asked us not to use her last name. She calls it a frightening and angering experience, and it all happened as she drove her kids home from school. “I’m aware that there’s crime in this neighborhood, but I never in my wildest dreams would have thought that this would be the type of crime that would affect myself and my children,” she said. For Jenny, it all began when she turned onto MLK Boulevard in Central Park Friday afternoon. Within seconds, she said she saw an erratic driver, and then heard gunshots. “I felt glass hitting my face and I knew immediately what had happened,” said...
    VERMONT (CBS) — Vermont authorities shared video Wednesday of a “scary” incident on the highway that could have been much worse. The footage from a cruiser that pulled over to the median to assist another vehicle shows an SUV on the opposite side losing control on the snowy road and barreling toward them. “With debris showering the cruiser, this crash is about as close as it gets to wiping out the Trooper and the family he stopped to help,” Vermont State Police Traffic Safety tweeted. The SUV can be seen rolling over several times, sending debris flying. Scary! With debris showering the cruiser, this crash is about as close as it gets to wiping out the Trooper and the family he stopped to help. As for the other car: 2 young kids in car seats were OK, but the driver, not wearing a seat belt, was ejected and suffered injury. pic.twitter.com/h1JvPhes7B — VT State Police Traffic Safety (@VSP_Traffic) February 23, 2022 “Whoa!” the trooper can be heard saying over the radio. “I gotta go – we’re OK.” The...
    BELL, Calif. (KABC) -- A chase came to a dramatic, violent end in Bell Friday night as an SUV flipped over after crashing into a car and a tree.AIR7 HD was over the crash scene near Bell and Otis avenues around 11:20 p.m. as one person was taken into custody by Los Angeles police.Prior to the crash, the suspect was driving at high speeds on surface streets in the Vernon area with multiple police units in pursuit.As the chase continued in Bell, the SUV clipped a car at an intersection and went airborne, ultimately hitting a tree.A man emerged from the overturned vehicle and was quickly taken into custody.Police said the driver was wanted for reckless driving.The suspect's condition is unknown but he was walking on his own. It's unclear if any other injuries were reported.
    A driver is expected to be okay after hitting a tree head-on after swerving to avoid hitting a deer in Western Massachusetts. The crash took place in Hampden County around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, in the Town of Goshen. That's when Goshen firefighters, Massachusetts State Police, and Highland Ambulance personnel were called to the area of 620 East Street for a report of a car into a tree. When first responders arrived on the scene, the driver of the SUV had already exited the vehicle, fire department officials said. The driver, who was the lone occupant, said he lost control while trying to avoid hitting a deer. The SUV clipped a maple tree before colliding head-on with another. The force of the collision caused the airbags to be deployed, officials said.  Firefighters disconnected the battery and checked the SUV for leaking fluids but found none. The driver was not injured.  An investigation is underway. 
    DENVER (CBS4) – A judge sentenced a now-18-year-old woman to 48 hours of community service after being convicted of reckless driving during a protest in May of 2020 in Denver. Jennifer Watson was found guilty in July. (credit: CBS) Watson, 17 at the time, was driving near the State Capitol building as protesters marched in all lanes of Broadway. She hit a protester with her care while heading north on Broadway and dragged him. She said she feared for her safety. (credit: CBS) Video showed one person standing in front of her car and refusing to move. Another person jumped on her hood briefly. Watson tried to get away before she hit the man. He spoke with CBS4 saying he was concerned about his sister who was protesting with him so he tried to stand in the way of the SUV.
    A Denver woman accused of running over a George Floyd protestor was cleared of assault after she told the court that she was scared for her safety. Jennifer Watson, 37, was found not guilty after she was caught on camera behind the wheel of a black SUV which is surrounded by a crowd of protestors and hitting a man as she attempts to drive off.  The crowd of people had gathered near the Denver capitol on May 28 2020 to protest the murder of George Floyd, which took place in Minneapolis three days earlier.  Her attorney Ryan Brackley told 9News.com that Watson was afraid during the encounter because 'she was surrounded by people who began kicking and hitting her car and taunting and yelling at her.' Jennifer Watson, 37, was found not guilty of assault after she was captured on camera on May 2020 behind the wheel of a black SUV which is surrounded by a crowd of protestors and hitting a man as she attempts to drive off  22-year-old Max Baily says he was on her hood to...
    A terrifying scene was captured on video in Arkansas where a state trooper deliberately bumped a pregnant woman's car, causing it to hit the median and flip over.  The officer said he performed the approved maneuver because the driver was speeding and didn't pull over. The driver, Janice Harper, said it was not safe to stop, CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports. The video is now evidence in a lawsuit. Harper was on her way home from the movies last July when Arkansas State Trooper Rodney Dunn tried to pull her over for going too fast.  Video from Dunn's dash camera shows within seconds of turning on his overhead lights, Harper moves into the right lane, slows down and turns on her hazards while continuing to drive. Dunn hits Harper's car about two minutes later. Trending News 17 million salmon will be released into S.F. bay in bid to save species "Mega-drought" depletes system that provides water to 40 million Cicadas light up weather radar as U.S. grapples with swarms New rules for infant sleepers after 106 deaths, millions of...
    RICHMOND — The passenger of an SUV died early Saturday morning after the driver swerved to avoid hitting a small animal while driving westbound on Interstate 80, California Highway Patrol said. In a Facebook post, CHP said the crash happened near San Pablo Dam Road in Richmond at about 12:31 a.m. Responding officers found a Ford Expedition was on fire with a passenger trapped inside. The driver escaped with minor injuries, police said. After a preliminary investigation, CHP said the driver had swerved to avoid hitting a small animal, lost control of the vehicle and smashed into a concrete abutment on the right shoulder. The vehicle then caught on fire, police said. The identity of the victim has not been released, and police do not suspect drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. Oakland CHP reminded drivers that if a collision with a small animal is unavoidable, “remain calm and do your best to keep control of the car.” “Swerving out of the way of wildlife can usually make things worse, causing you to lose control or possibly...
    GARY, Ind. (WLS) -- Cell phone video captured a terrifying accident in Gary, Ind., that somehow did not lead to any serious injuries.The incident happened early Tuesday morning, according to Indiana State Police.In the video you can see a tire rolling down I-80 after falling off a semi. Moments later, an SUV runs directly into it and goes airborne. The car flips several times before finally coming to a stop.The driver who recorded the video stopped and helped the woman in the SUV.Indiana State Police said despite what the crash looked like, no one was seriously injured.
    A judge in North Carolina has been summoned to appear before criminal court after allegedly nearly striking Black Lives Matter protesters with his state-issued vehicle earlier this month – but video released by Fayetteville police of the incident is inconclusive, as it's unclear how close his SUV came to the demonstrators. North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge John M. Tyson, 67, is charged with misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon. He has been summoned to appear in court in Cumberland County next month.  One of the protesters, 23-year-old Myah Warren, swore before a Cumberland County magistrate on Friday that Tyson was the man she saw driving the SUV that she claims nearly hit her and other protesters outside the Market House in Fayetteville on May 7, The Fayetteville Observer reported.  "He’s a well-known racist," she said, according to The Washington Post. Warren was reportedly referring to Warren’s dissent after the state court of appeals upheld a murder conviction for a White man who shot a Black partygoer after reporting "hoodlums" in the neighborhood in 2016.  ANDREW BROWN JR. SHOOTING: BLM...
    An SUV driver was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after veering off Route 287 Thursday night, state police said. A Ford Explorer ran off the right side of the road, hitting a guardrail and several trees near milepost 38.4 in Hanover Township around 6:30 p.m., NJSP Trooper Alejandro Goez told Daily Voice. The driver was taken to Morristown Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, Goez said. The incident remained under investigation as of Friday.
    TIMONIUM, Md. (WJZ) — A woman’s emotional plea to drivers is catching attention on social media after her windshield was shattered by ice that fell off another vehicle. Amanda Rispoli was driving to work Saturday on Interstate 695 near Timonium when a chunk of ice came off the roof of the SUV in front of her. There was no room for her to maneuver, she recalled. READ MORE: Maryland State Police Respond To 131 Crashes Monday Morning As Winter Storm Brings Snow, Sleet “I just kind of held the steering wheel with my left hand and braced over my face with my right arm knowing that glass was probably going to break,” Rispoli said. The ice shattered her windshield, leading Rispoli to post a warning on Facebook for other drivers. She urged others to make sure they clear all ice and snow from their vehicles — not just the windows — before hitting the road. This weekend, Amanda Rispoli was driving along I-695 from Harford Co. to Timonium. Ice from the SUV in front of her fell directly onto her...
    WORCESTER (CBS) – Worcester Police announced on Saturday that they have arrested four juveniles who they believe to be responsible for throwing bricks at moving cars and severely injuring one person. Police say that around 4 p.m., they were called to Plantation Street after someone was hit with a brick. Officers say they spoke with a 37-year-old man who said he was hit with a brick in the face while driving past a red SUV. The victim told police that someone threw the brick at his car. The man was later taken to the hospital with “serious, permanent injuries.” As police learned more about the situation, they found out there were more similar incidents near Jefferson Street, Waverly Street, Blithewood Avenue and Grafton Street. In total, 19 vehicles were hit and damaged by the bricks thrown by the juveniles. One officer spotted the red SUV a little while later near Harrington Way, and followed it. The SUV stopped ultimately stopped near Ashwood Street, and two teenage boys tried to flee on foot while two teenage girls stayed in the car....
    CHICGAO (CBS)– A pickup truck rolled over after hitting a Chicago police SUV Tuesday morning. Two officers were heading south on California Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood, around 1:30 a.m., when their SUV was rear ended by the pickup truck. A 22-year-old driver was driving a pickup truck. The officers are expected to recover. Also From CBS Chicago: Strangers Step In And Go All Out For Woman Who Was Left Homeless, Scared, And Living In Car With Her Two Cats Brighton Park Suffers From Serious Gang Issues, But Also Has Vigilant Neighbors Stepping In COVID-19 In Chicago: Stay-At-Home Advisory Begins Monday For City; Doctor Weighs In On How It Will Work  
    Recently surfaced video appears to show Philadelphia police officers smashing the windows of an SUV and pulling out the driver as a child sits in the backseat during a night of protests, according to a local report. The footage, obtained by the Philadelphia Inquirer, shows the vehicle, with its rear lights on as if it is backing up, in West Philadelphia shortly before 2 a.m. Tuesday. It is surrounded by several officers, and some start slamming the windows with their hands or batons. According to the report, an officer then begins hitting the driver with a baton, while police remove a second person from the car. They later appear to take a child out of the vehicle’s back seat. PHILADELPHIA TO RELEASE POLICE BODY CAMERA FOOTAGE, 911 CALLS IN WALTER WALLACE JR. SHOOTING A Foot Locker not far from the area was looted around the same time, and during the night, police were targeted and struck with bricks and other projectiles. The night before, a sergeant was “intentionally run over” by someone driving a pick-up. But April Rice, who captured the video, said...
    SAN ANTONIO – Daniel Garcia didn’t know what to think at first when he felt a sudden jolt that woke him up from a deep sleep late Sunday night. “It sounded like any explosion. I mean it was bad. It dropped everything on the walls, everywhere,” he said. He and his neighbors quickly found out it was an SUV that had gone out of control on San Joaquin Street near Monterey around 11:30 p.m. West Side man: It’s ‘a miracle’ mother not seriously hurt when SUV plows into home The vehicle hit a utility pole, carved a path of destruction through a neighbor’s front yard, then broke through the walls of Garcia’s home and rolled over in his living room.The SUV also knocked down a utility pole and tore up a neighbor's front yard. (KSAT 12 News)The home was left barely standing and visibly misaligned. In the middle of all the mess, though, was Garcia’s 77-year-old mother, who had been sleeping on the couch. She became trapped temporarily under debris brought down by the SUV, and Garcia wasn’t able to...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — St. Paul police say a motorcycle carrying two riders was struck by a suspected drunk driver in an SUV near downtown early Tuesday evening. The crash happened at about 5:45 p.m. when the motorcycle that was traveling northbound on Walnut Street North was hit by the SUV, which was heading eastbound toward downtown on West 7th Street. (credit: St. Paul Police) The driver of the SUV fled his vehicle, but was soon arrested. The motorcycle riders suffered injuries described as non-life threatening. The crash closed West 7th Street for a couple hours as investigators reconstructed the crash.
    A Trenton driver was hospitalized with serious injuries after a police officer and local resident pulled him from his burning SUV, after hitting a tree in Hamilton. Auner Rauda, 43, was heading eastbound in a 2002 Honda CRV on Klockner Road when he crossed into the westbound lanes and struck a tree at the Kuser Road intersection around 2 a.m. Wednesday, Hamilton police said. The car was engulfed in flames when Hamilton Officer Ryan Fratz arrived, and extricated Rauda from the SUV with help from local resident John Hodniki, police said. Rauda was taken to Capital Health Regional Medical Center by ambulance with serious injuries, police said.
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