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Woman and Two Boys Found Dead in North Corona Home: NYPD

37-17 111th St.,
North Corona (Google)

May 31, 2020 By Christian Murray

Three people were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide inside a North Corona home today.

Police responded to a 911 call and discovered a 30-year-old female and two boys—ages 10 and 3—unconscious and unresponsive inside 37-17 111 St.

EMS responded and pronounced all three of them dead at the scene. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.

Police believe the incident was a murder-suicide, reports the NYDaily News.

The police have yet to release the names of the deceased.

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Terrible news , those poor babies. People need help, stop the harassing, stop the bullying !. Try walking in their shoes.

hello sunshine 🌞

People got a lot of problems, and some people by their way of thinking add more . Police giving out summons just for selling flowers, or people harassing others because of their immigration status, ( that in some cases is pending )
Live and let live .

Stew Gotts.

absolutely no need for that to happen, The mother should have kept asking for help, there’s plenty of resources, regardless of immigration status ( if that was a issue )


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