Jamaica Queens Deadly Fiery Car Crash
Jamaica, Queens, NY — Two people were killed Sunday morning in fiery car crash in Queens.
Early morning Sunday., a 2001 Nissan Maxima traveling eastbound on the Grand Central Parkway service road in Jamaica lost control coming off the roadway striking scaffolding that surrounded Thomas Edison High School, burst into flames. Two pronounced dead at the scene.
According to witnesses the Nissan Maxima appeared to be traveling at a high rate of speed leaving mangled beams
The impact of the crash was so powerful, beams were bent, a light pole was brought down and part of the scaffolding destroyed.
The victims of the crash according to witnesses at the scene were unrecognizable.
“Tragic accidents like this one in Queens, is a reminder that life is so precious.” said New York personal injury lawyer, Paul Ajlouny, “Prayers to the friends and families of the two deceased victims. The accident also serves as a serious reminder to slow down — fatal accidents happen.”