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Two Dead In Crash Off Of Grand Central Parkway; BMW Found Overturned In Woods

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June 13, 2016 Staff Report

Two men were found dead in a flipped car after a crash off of the Grand Central Parkway Monday morning.

The incident occurred at 8:40 a.m. as the BMW was coming out of Exit 8 toward 111th Street, according to the NYPD.

Police said that the car flipped over a guardrail and landed about 50 feet into a wooded area.

Both the driver and passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.

The NYPD could not provide a description of the men and the cause of the crash remains unknown.

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The policy lied, this accident happen at 1:14 am on 6.13.2016. The BMW dealer called 911 to ask them for help, because they were getting a signal of a car needing help. They arrived at the scene at 8:40am no explanation


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