Watch A Red-Light Runner Wreck Three Cars In New York City

A red-light runner in New York City has badly damaged at least three vehicles in a late-night crash.

Dashcam footage from a 2009 Toyota Camry parked on the side of the road shows the driver of a minivan speed through a red light in an area not too far away from Brooklyn.

The driver of the minivan T-bones a black SUV driving through the intersection and then ricochets into a white Honda Civic and the Camry parked on the side of the road.

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We’ve been unable to find any local media coverage of the incident, but the owner of the Camry who uploaded this footage claims the driver of the minivan passed through two other red lights prior to the crash. The Camry owner states that the driver was either high or drunk and claims that the New York Police Department failed to take him into custody.

Things seemed to then go from bad to worse for the Camry owner. He asserts that his insurance company, Geico, is refusing to provide assistance because he doesn’t have full insurance. It also appears as though the insurance company of the driver who ran the red light is taking their sweet time offering some kind a settlement.

This is an unfortunate situation for the owner of the Toyota, as they clearly aren’t to blame for the crash and, allegedly, are now out of work due to the damage sustained to their car.

 

  • TheBelltower

    How about editing the video so that people don’t sit for three minutes when fifteen seconds will do. Also, if your job is dependent upon your car, get decent insurance.

    • Aeromann

      Yes, I am agree, but it’s a 10years old standard car…

  • Paul

    Three minutes for a lead up? Come on you guys. Light was red as a beet too.

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