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Woman Dead After Being Struck at Flushing Intersection Earlier This Month: NYPD

Main Street and 37th Avenue (Google)

Sept. 22, 2020 By Christian Murray

A pedestrian is dead after being struck at the intersection of Main Street and 37th Avenue in downtown Flushing earlier this month.

Shaofen Jin, 57, was hit by a 2013 Honda Accord at around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 6 and succumbed to her injuries four days later.

Jin was struck when the driver—a 44-year-old man– made a right turn from Main Street onto 37th Avenue. She was hit on 37th Avenue.

Police responded to the scene and found Jin unconscious and unresponsive with trauma about her head and body at the scene. She was transported by EMS to New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Queens.

A police spokesperson said that there have been no arrests and the investigation remains ongoing.

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