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Woman Fatally Stabbed in a Jackson Heights Apartment Following Domestic Dispute

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July 3, 2020 By Christian Murray

A woman is dead after being stabbed by her husband in a Jackson Heights apartment early this morning, according to police.

Police responded to a 911 call of an assault at 94-26 34th Road at around 2:20 a.m. and upon arrival discovered a man and a woman both with stab wounds.

The woman, 45, had multiple stab wounds to her body, while the man had stab wounds to his abdomen.

Both were transported to NYC Health & Hospitals/Elmhurst, where the woman, Yaqueline Collado, was pronounced dead. The man, whose identity has not been released, is in critical condition and is in police custody.

Police said the stabbings stemmed from a domestic dispute but had no further information. The investigation is ongoing.

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just sayin

Jessica Ramos should do something about the increased in domestic violence, not just try to legalize prostitution.

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Javier

Why is it Jessica Ramos’ fault? How about women just leave or end the relationship once they see the signs of domestic violence coming. A woman doesn’t need to be battered to notice the signs. A man doesn’t automatically just start slapping women around. It begins with control. Who they’re with, where they go, what they’re told what they can and cannot wear. THOSE are simple signs of things to come. End it there. Nip it in the bud. Its not a hard thing to do.

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