11-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Ejected From SUV in a Collision With NY State Trooper’s Car
Queens, NYC – An 11-year-old Brooklyn girl died after she was ejected from the SUV that her dad drove during a collision with a New York State Trooper’s car on Interstate 87 at around 11:44 p.m. Friday. The 39-year-old Queens man, the victim’s father who operated the SUV, allegedly claimed that he was rear-ended twice, where the second strike caused the vehicle to flip and go over a guardrail.
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