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Two vehicles collide at Ditmars intersection, six injured



Sept. 23, 2014 By Michael Florio

Two SUVs smashed into one another at a Ditmars intersection this morning, sending six people to hospital including three children, according to the FDNY.

The accident occurred just before 9 am, at the intersection of 21st Avenue and 37th Street, according to a FDNY spokesperson.

Those injured sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries and were transported to Elmhurst hospital.

The accident occurred just outside IS 141.

The NYPD had no information on the incident.

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Seriously need to look into how people are driving in Astoria. People go way to fast, beeping all over the place. There needs to be stiffer penalties. I’ve yet to see any tickets being given out.


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