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Man Found Dead in College Point House With Neck Injuries, NYPD Investigating

1234 120th St., College Point (Google)

June 4, 2020 By Christian Murray

Police were called to a College Point house this morning and discovered a man on the floor unconscious and unresponsive.

The 911 call came in at around 10:30 a.m. and when police arrived at the 1234 120th St. house they found a 26-year-old man on the floor inside the second floor apartment. The man had an injury to his neck.

EMS transported the victim to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

A police source said that the incident does not appear to be a suicide and that an investigation is ongoing. No arrests have been made at this time.

The cause of death is to be determined by the Medical Examiner

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