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Cab Driver Left in Critical Condition After Being Attacked In Jamaica Early Sunday: NYPD

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April 26, 2021 By Ryan Songalia

A cab driver was left in critical condition after being attacked by a group of strangers in Jamaica early Sunday morning.

The driver, 41, was struck in the head with a glass bottle during a dispute with three to four strangers in the vicinity of 138th Street and Jamaica Avenue just after midnight, police said.

Cops suspect that the dispute may have begun when the driver refused to allow all the passengers to ride in the car.

No arrests have been made and the police have yet to release a description of the suspects.

The driver was taken to Jamaica Hospital. There is no update on his condition.

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