Three-Car Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 9 Injured In Queens

A deadly car crash involving three vehicles killed one person and left nine others injured. Seven of them were children. The accident occurred on Tuesday morning at South Conduit Avenue and South 130th Street in South Ozone Park.


According to reports, a GMC suburban collided with a Dodge Neon, which forced the Neon in front of a box truck. The collision crippled the Neon and pushed it against a guard rail.


The passenger of the Neon, 53-year-old Carmen Gonzalez of Greenbush, was pronounced dead upon arrival at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. The Neon’s driver, a 30-year-old woman, was also taken to the same hospital in stable condition.


The GMC suburban was bringing seven children to school. All seven were brought to an area hospital and treated for minor injuries. The driver was taken to an area hospital in stable condition.

Geeta Bisram’s two nephews were among those injured in the car accident. One of the boys had injured their nose while the other had injured their legs, Bisram said.


Police are still investigating the accident. No arrests have been made.


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