A horse being ridden through traffic on Eighth Avenue toward Central Park for a tourist ride got spooked by a truck Monday morning and fell backward, hitting a taxi, its owner said.
Billy, a 16-year-old brown draft horse, and another white horse were being ridden by workers from their stable near 11th Avenue and 48th Street to meet with customers in the park when Billy lost his footing, said Hasan Ugder, the owner of the horse-rental business, Central Park Sightseeing.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We are now in the midst of hurricane season, but 4 years after Sandy — are we ready?
New York state is now dedicating millions of dollars to provide generators to gas stations.
As CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported, drivers hope that means no more nightmarish lines if we once again lose power.
Armando Gonzales was filling up on Wednesday, and recalled the panic wrought by Superstorm Sandy. There was anger that led to fist fights, police tried to calm tensions as strangers battled over the last drops of gasoline.