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Man Found Dead in Parked Car by Horace Harding Expressway: NYPD

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June 17, 2020 By Christian Murray

A man was found dead inside a parked vehicle by the Horace Harding Expressway in Flushing this morning.

Police received a 911 call at around 7:30 a.m. that there was an unconscious man inside a parked car in the vicinity of the west bound Horace Harding Expressway service road and 136th Street.

Upon arrival, police discovered a 43-year-old man unconscious and unresponsive with no apparent trauma.

EMS responded and pronounced the man dead on the scene.

The medical examiner will determine the cause of death and the investigation is ongoing. The man’s name has yet to be released, pending family notification.

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