Off-duty NYPD Officer Severely Injured In Queens Crash
A thirty-four-year-old NYPD officer who was off-duty was critically injured in a two-car accident that occurred in Queens, officials informed on Saturday.
The NYPD officer was driving a Nissan Altima on Nashville Boulevard in Springfield Gardens on Friday when his vehicle was hit by a Nissan Maxima. Two men were traveling in the Nissan.
The officer’s car then turned off and crashed into two parked cars and a telephone pole before it caught fire, the officials said.
The seven-year veteran of the NYPD, who is currently assigned to a Brooklyn precinct, was thrown from the vehicle upon the collision. The police found him lying unconscious in the street with severe injuries on his head and neck.
Two other men, a twenty-eight-year-old driver and a twenty-year-old passenger, were found in the Nissan; they only had minor injuries on their legs, officers said.
Physicians transported all three injured people to Jamaica Hospital. The off-duty police officer was listed in a critical but stable condition.
So far, no arrests were made, and the investigation continues.
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