De Blasio advocates for crash victim rights after deadly Brooklyn crash over the weekend

A Brooklyn collision on Sept. 11 that killed a 3-month-old baby and injured her mother raised questions about consequences for the driver, who had 91 speed violations. 

When a reporter confronted Mayor Bill de Blasio on the issue at hizzoner’s Sept. 13 briefing, he immediately deferred to Albany and legislation that has passed the state senate called the Crash Victim Rights and Safety Act. 

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