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Police Find Woman Dead With Slash Wound to Her Neck in Flushing Apartment

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Aug. 4, 2021 By Christian Murray

A 40-year-old woman was found dead with a slash wound to her neck inside a Flushing apartment building during the early hours Wednesday morning.

Police were called to an apartment at 38-15 Bowne St. at around 2 a.m. and discovered the woman unconscious and unresponsive in a bedroom with a slash wound to her neck. EMS responded to the location and pronounced her dead at the scene.

The police recovered a knife at the location and an investigation remains ongoing.

The identity of the deceased is pending family notification.

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