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Flushing Man is Dead After Losing Control of His BMW by Parsons Boulevard

A man is dead after crashing his vehicle at the intersection of 37th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard (GMaps)

Nov. 21, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

A 25-year-old Flushing man is dead after losing control of his 2022 BMW Sunday night and crashing it at the intersection of Parsons Boulevard and 37th Avenue.

Tao Wu, of 158th Street in Flushing, was driving his vehicle westbound on 37th Avenue at around 9:50 p.m. when he struck the sidewalk at the Parsons Boulevard intersection causing his BMW to roll over.

EMS arrived on the scene and transported Wu to New York Hospital Queens where he was pronounced deceased. No one else was injured in the crash.

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