Three Critically Hurt in Accident that Brought Grand Central Parkway Traffic to a Stop
On March 30th, 2018, six people were injured, including three people who were critically injured, in a significant crash that happened on Grand Central Parkway in Queens. This crash shut down two lanes of the highway for a few hours during the busy Friday morning commute time. This information came from officials as well as traffic cams.
According to law enforcement, a 2004 Honda headed east on Grand Central rear-ended a 2018 Mini Cooper at approximately the 7 a.m. hour. This happened near Jewel Avenue and three people in the Honda were sent flying from the car.
Victims were take to a nearby hospital. A 19-year-old woman had a fractured skull and another 19-year-old woman had a deep cut to her hand. Also, an 18-year-old man had a broken leg.
The driver of the Mini Cooper was a 49-year-old who was taken to the hospital with injuries that weren’t serious. The other two people in the Honda also receive non-serious injuries.
The eastbound part of the highway was shut down all the way for more than three hours, and the cause of the accident is still being investigated by the police.
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