Queens Man Faces Multiple Charges for Nassau Expressway Crash that Killed Good Samaritan
Queens, NY – A 27-year-old man now faces multiple charges for killing a 51-year-old man helping a motorist with car trouble on the Nassau Expressway at around 8:00 p.m. on January 29. The Jamaica, Queens man left his blue 2012 Ford E350 and fled the scene on foot after fatally striking the good Samaritan, who was helping fix the motorist’s Dodge Caravan. The victim was rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, but he could not be saved.
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