Man Struck by Chevy Suburban and Died After Fleeing Crash Scene on Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
Queens, NY – While attempting to escape from a previous car crash at the intersection of 69 Street and Broadway in Queens, a 30-year-old man collided into another vehicle and tried to flee the scene again. The driver of the vehicle in the second car collision incident followed the man as he ran away on foot. After he had crossed over all three eastbound lanes and all three westbound lanes, he was struck by a 2020 Chevy Suburban on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway at approximately 11:30 p.m. of June 10. Authorities arrived at the scene with the man unconscious and unresponsive on the roadway, where he eventually lost his life.
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