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Accident in Long Island City

Accident in Long Island City

Accident in Long Island City

We always want to bring you current stories about accidents in New York. As we bring you current stories, sometimes there will only be a few details known about the incident. We will report on initial information as we want people in the area to know what’s going on so they can avoid problem areas. If we find out more information about a particular accident, we will keep you posted.

There was an accident that was reported in Long Island City on April 26. The incident was said to have started at around 4 in the afternoon. It occurred at 60th Street/2nd Avenue. The right lane was blocked because of the incident. It occurred on the upper-level fo the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. The incident is said to have ended at around 10 at night.

These are the only details known about this accident at this time. If we find out more, we will update you and give you those details. It is unclear if anyone was injured in this accident.

If you’ve been seriously hurt in a car accident that was caused by someone else acting negligently or recklessly, there are ways for you to seek compensation for your injuries. By filing a personal injury claim, you could seek to recover compensation. A personal injury attorney can aid you in this process. For help, call Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.

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