Category Archives: Queens

Coronavirus Update: Doctors Say They Appreciate Patients Who Outline Care Wishes As Crisis Worsens

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The shortage of supplies has doctors concerned they could soon be forced to make extremely difficult life or death decisions, and that has some thinking about living wills and more;
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Man with pants down approaches woman, robs her in Queens

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An armed man is wanted by police for trying to rape a woman in Queens. Investigators say the 41-year-old victim was walking home in Jamaica on Sunday, February 23 at 10 p.m., when the man approached her with his pants down. He took out a gun, demanded a sex act, and grabbed the woman’s neck. When she screamed, the suspect grabbed her purse and ran off.
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Bike Lane Advocates, Transportation Groups & Others Want City To Complete Queens Boulevard Project

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Bike lane advocates, transportation groups and families of victims killed in crashes along Queens Boulevard spent Saturday afternoon rallying for change. They’re demanding the city come through on completing a major project;
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Men climb through McDonald’s drive-thru in Queens robbery

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Police are looking for the men who climbed through a drive-thru window and robbed a McDonald’s in Queens. Two of the robbers broke in through the window while a third waited in a getaway car outside the restaurant. It happened at 4:05 a.m. Sunday at the McDonald’s on Queens Boulevard in Long Island City. The suspects pulled out a gun and demanded cash from a worker. They cleaned out the fast food restaurant’s safe, and got away with $3,600.
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Man beaten in broad daylight on Queens street

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A 61-year-old man was beaten for no apparent reason on Sunday in Queens. It happened in Ozone Park near the victim’s home, and residents tell Eyewitness News this kind of violence isn’t new. Shahhab Uddin has still not regained consciousness “He was continually bleeding…cut near his eyes,” said Uddin’s grandson, Mohammad Ahmed. Uddin is just the latest victim of what some say is a crime wave that has terrorized the area.
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