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Woman Found Facedown on Flushing Street Dies at Hospital


Oct. 28, 2020 By Allie Griffin

A woman in her 30s died in hospital Tuesday after being found lying face down on a Flushing street.

Police officers responded to a 911 call about the woman at 10:15 a.m. on Linden Place near the Latimer Gardens Houses. They found her unconscious and unresponsive, lying face down on the pavement.

EMS rushed the woman, whose identity is pending proper family notification, to Flushing Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death. There were no immediate signs of trauma, police said.

The investigation is ongoing.

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