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59-Year-Old Woman in Critical Condition After Kew Gardens Hit and Run: NYPD

80th Road at Queens Boulevard (Google)

March 30, 2020, By Michael Dorgan

A 59-year-old woman is in critical condition after being struck by a driver in a hit and run crash in Kew Gardens this morning, police said.

The woman was hit while crossing 80th Road, near 120-08 Queens Boulevard, at 8:40 a.m. by a driver of a beige-colored sedan. The victim was crossing 80th Road going from west to east.

Police said the driver of the sedan fled the scene on Queens Boulevard.

The woman was transported to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center where she is in a stable but critical condition, according to the NYPD.

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Sara Ross

Cars are always speeding but lately even though there are less card on the road, it seems worse. I’m on a main street in forest hills and cars go so fast they make the green lights through at least 4 streets and go through steady red lights.


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