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Car Crashes Into Supermarket in Jackson Heights: FDNY

Car crashed into 37th Ave Food Dynasty (Citizen App)

April 3, 2019 By Meghan Sackman

A car crashed into the front entrance of a Food Dynasty on 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights Wednesday morning.

A silver Toyota Avalon, according to the FDNY, crashed into the supermarket, located at 75-07 37th Ave. around 8:15 this morning.

Twelve units with 60 firefighters responded to the call.

The driver of the car, who refused medical attention, was the only one to suffer minor injuries.

The investigation remains ongoing.

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Pro Immigrant, we're all immigrants

Really, xenophobia?! Also, if you’re going to hold bias for a group of people, at least spell their label CORRECTLY.

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JHeights my whole life

He just wanted to get those 5 for 2$ bagels and 3 for 1$ rolls. Best price on fresh bread anywhere in this town.

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cristina furlong

That’s it? Any updates? No response from NYPD even? Come on, Queens Post!

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