That 2011 map is positively sparse compared to the latest updated map that plots the more than 70 incidents since 2006 of cars, buses and trucks colliding with buildings. There is no predominant cause for the troubles, with drivers being young and old, healthy and ill, commercial and regular, sober and drunk and accidents taking place day and night - although one psychologist did suggest copy-cat motives had something to do with it. If anything good can be taken from it, it's that deaths have been few in comparison to the number of accidents.
If you're headed to Buffalo, or you live there and want to know where might be the hotspots to avoid, check out the latest cartography of carnage. Each incident links to the news report detailing how it got there.