Jim Perini came dangerously close to getting nailed the other morning while jogging in Central Park. Coming into the final turn of a six-mile 5 a.m. loop, the runner caught sight of a black-painted GM sedan headed straight at him. He had just enough time to jump into the bushes before the car barreled past. Perini estimates that the driver was only doing 30, well within the posted limit. There's just one thing, however. Perini wasn't running on the asphalt park drive. He was on... More >>>
By Hiroyuki Ito
No horses in sight, but six vehicles came barreling up Central Park's bridle path in just one 30-minute period.