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Driver Killed in Queens Automobile Accident

December 1, 2021 in

The New York City Police Department’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad is currently investigating a fatal crash that occurred in Queens in the early hours of Sunday, November 14th, 2021. 

 

Single-Vehicle Queens Crash Results in One Person Dead, One Injured

 

The high-speed, single-vehicle crash resulted in the death of Terrell Lumpkin, the 28-year-old driver of the vehicle who allegedly lost control of his vehicle, a 2013 Infiniti G37, and crashed into a wooden pole before striking a light pole at 119-01 Guy R Brewer Boulevard in Jamaica. An unidentified 26-year-old passenger was also injured in the crash, suffering a laceration to the head, according to police.

 

Police officers who responded to the scene found the driver unconscious with serious trauma to his head and body. Both the driver and passenger were taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens, where the driver was pronounced dead. The 26-year-old passenger is in stable condition.

 

Serious Auto Accidents Can Have Long-Lasting Impacts—Call SPBMCC P.C. Today

 

It is important to have an experienced car accident attorney by your side if you live or work in New York City. The high-trafficked area sees hundreds of car accidents a day, and many of them result in serious injuries or even fatalities. 

 

If you or a loved one is suffering a serious injury after an NYC crash, you may be eligible to take legal action against the perpetrator of the incident. Call (212) 732-9000 today to get in touch with a car accident lawyer and schedule a free consultation. 

 

Information in this article was sourced from the New York Post. To read the original article in full, click here.

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