Queens Thanksgiving Zombie Walk thrills crowds

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Camille Montefusco (from left), Red Reine and Jesse Darlin from Long Island went a little heavy on the makeup for their killer looks.

Ghouls and zombies invaded the streets of Astoria on Saturday

(SOURCE)  Call it the walking dead walk.

 Ghouls took to the streets of Astoria on Saturday for the third annual Queens Thanksgiving Zombie Walk.

Camille Montefusco, Red Reine and Jesse Darlin from Long Island went a little heavy on the makeup for their killer looks.

 

Car Being Chased by Cops Collides With MTA Bus, Dozens Hurt

Car in Police Pursuit Collides With MTA Bus, Dozens Hurt

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Dozens of people were injured when a vehicle being chased by police collided with an MTA bus in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn Monday evening, authorities say.

Law enforcement sources said when police pulled over a black Camaro and spotted a gun inside the car, the Camaro took off. The car then collided with a bus near Herkimer Street and Albany Avenue at about 4:45 p.m.

The FDNY says 41 people were hurt, including the driver and the passenger of the car, who had to be extricated. They were arrested by police. 

Passengers on the bus also reported injuries, most of them minor. Twelve people are reported to be in serious condition.

NYPD Officer Struck by Car in Queens Hit-and-Run: Officials

The officer fired shots at the vehicle as it fled the scene

NYPD Officer Struck by Car in Queens Hit-and-Run: Officials

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A police officer was struck by a vehicle while on patrol in Queens Thursday night, law enforcement officials say.

The officer was near 37th Avenue and 27th Street in Astoria when the vehicle hit him, then fled, officials said. 

The officer fired shots at the vehicle; it wasn’t clear if anyone was hit. 

The officer was taken to Cornell Hospital. His condition was not immediately known. 

The vehicle has been recovered; it’s not clear if a suspect was in custody.

FIRE ON QUEENSBORO BRIDGE: 60 firefighters rush to battle massive blaze

 after tractor trailer erupts in flames span remains closed in both directions

SEE THE VIDEO: Heavy smoke was seen billowing from the bridge that connects Queens to Manhattan at 59th street. Fire officials arrived on the scene Friday morning to deal with the flames, local media reported.

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A massive fire that engulfed a 40-foot-long tractor trailer on the Queensboro Bridge Friday morning has been put out, though the key passageway between Queens and Manhattan remains closed.

FDNY estimates 60 firefighters responded after a truck on the outbound lower level of the bridge caught fire, WCBS TV reported.

Mother pleads guilty to making her 11-year-old daughter have sex with 24-year-old

Queens mother, Pauline Hosein, plead guilty to pushing her 11-year-old daughter to have sex with a 24-year-old man.

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Pauline Hosein, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree rape and child endangerment and was promised six years in prison, plus five years of supervised release.

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A Queens mom copped to an unthinkable crime Tuesday, admitting she pushed her 11-year-old daughter to have sex with a 24-year-old man, officials said.

Pauline Hosein, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree rape and child endangerment and was promised six years in prison, plus five years of supervised release.

 Her co-defendant’s case is pending.

Wife floored it with hubby on SUV hood before crashing and killing him after nasty fight over money: cops

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A Queens woman arguing with her much-younger hubby zoomed off in her SUV yesterday — with her spouse clinging to the hood — and went on a wild, 11-block high-speed ride before crashing and killing him, cops and witnesses said.

“He was screaming, ‘Stop the car!’ ” a law-enforcement source said — but that only made suspect Maria Espinosa, 51, allegedly floor it, hitting speeds up to 80 mph.

Espinosa was later charged with murder in the death of her husband, Matthew Soria, 34, law-enforcement sources told The Post.

Cops said the troubled couple had been arguing over money.

 

Authorities said Soria had first pedaled up to Espinosa on his bike as she tried to get into her blue Ford Explorer on Jamaica Avenue near Dexter Court at about 8 a.m., officials said.

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Black man in hoodie stabs white girl 11 times

‘She came home from work, and her body was full of holes’

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Police in New York City are trying to find a black man wearing a hoodie who is responsible for a horrific attack on a teenage white girl who was stabbed 11 times just steps from her front door.

The knife-wielding maniac ambushed Natasha Martinez, 17, as she returned home from working her shift at a local McDonald’s restaurant.

Hearing her daughter’s screams, Natasha’s mother, Wendy Martinez, came running outside — and the bloodthirsty attacker fled.

“She came home from work, and her body was full of holes,” Wendy Martinez told the New York Daily News.

“I was holding her because she was going to fall. Her face was turning white, and I slapped her. I was telling her, ‘You have to stay alive.’”

The teen is recovering at Jamaica Hospital, in the borough of Queens, after undergoing surgery for stab wounds to her back, arms, stomach and kidney. Doctors had to remove a vein from her leg and put it in her arm. Her mother describes her condition as “really bad.”

“This is so difficult,” said Natasha’s mom. “You raise your child, take care of them since they were a baby, and then something like this happens.”

Several neighbors said they heard Natasha’s screams the night of the attack.

“I think she was screaming help or something,” witness Christopher Lopez told WCBS-TV.

“Then all of a sudden, I heard the screams get louder and I said, ‘Let me take a look,’” said witness Teddy Betancourt, “and it was the girl’s mother, holding her up, screaming — looked like she passed out.”

Many in the neighborhood were unaware of the attack until police knocked on their doors.

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