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68-year-old woman drives Mercedes into Domino’s pizzeria in Rego Park

Sept. 15, 2017 Staff Report

A 2004 Mercedes Benz plowed into a Domino’s pizzeria this morning in Rego Park, according to the NYPD.

The driver, a 68-year old woman, drove her vehicle through the front partition glass at a Domino’s Pizza, according to police.

Emergency responders were called to 95-28 Queens Boulevard just before noon today.

The woman was taken to a local hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries, according to the FDNY.

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Larry Newman

Who is this staff reporter, and how is old is he/she? My guess is the reporter is either a young rookie who thinks anyone above 35 is “old” or perhaps they’re a seasoned storyteller writing a catchy headline. Being 68 does not make one an imminent threat being behind the wheel.


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