Slick roads led to several accidents across the borough on Sunday.
Seven people were seriously injured in an MTA bus crash near Astoria Park on Monday.
William Dalambert was initially arrested for driving while impaired by drugs, police said.
William Dalambert was arrested Tuesday after crashing his Gray Line bus in Times Square, police said.
The massive pothole on W. 41st St. was well known by locals and commuters who use the Lincoln Tunnel.
The Optimum Rides charter bus hit a pothole and careened into the scaffold, the company said.
The bus with 68 passengers on board hit a guardrail, police said.
A van hit an MTA bus on Broadway at 155th Street, sending both into a bus stop full of waiting people.
A woman died when she was hit by a bus Thursday morning, the FDNY said.
The B44 buses crashed near New York Avenue and Fulton Street Tuesday morning, officials said.
A bus and a car collided near East 5th Street and Avenue C in Brooklyn, officials said.
Five people were rushed to the hospital after the crash at Madison Avenue and East 85th Street.
The accident occurred near the intersection of Boston and West Farms roads about 8 a.m., FDNY said.
A jury cleared Ophadell Williams in the crash that killed 15 people last March.
Jean Louie, 47, allegedly tried to flee after hitting an MTA bus on 108th Street.
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