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Man Found Dead With Head Wound In Corona Hotel

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July 24, 2019, Staff Report

A man was found dead with an injury to the head yesterday at the Corona Hotel on Roosevelt Avenue, according to the NYPD.

At 4:10 p.m. Tuesday, police responded to a 911 call of an unconscious person inside the hotel, which is located at 112-23 Roosevelt Avenue. On arrival, police officers found a 57-year-old man who was unconscious and unresponsive, with a laceration to the back of his head.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are withholding his name pending notification to his family.

The investigation is ongoing and the cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner, the NYPD said.

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Willie DB

Can’t imagine anything shady going on in a hotel located just a couple of feet off the elevated #7 line. Do they rent rooms by the hour, or in 30 minute increments?


Murders and violent assaults have become all to common in N.W. Queens over the last few years. Could this trend be caused by the sanctuary city status we have permitted certain politicians to place on our city?


Lawrence-It’s nothing like it was and there were no sanctuary cities back then. Maybe you should ask Fox News why they keep passing propaganda off as news to their gullible viewers.


I also believe that this is in part that New York is now a sanctuary city. Plus this mayor has tied the hands of the police officers as well.
New York needs another mayor like Rudy Giuliani.

I agree, we need another proud drag queen for mayor

By openly cross-dressing and kissing Trump on the lips, Giuliani was a champion for LGBT rights.


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