A 54-year-old woman was killed in a freak accident at a Queens car wash on Monday afternoon.
New York City officials said they shut down an illegal party of more than 200 people who were violating pandemic restrictions at a catering hall
Three people were killed in a vehicle that lost control, flipped over and burst into flames in South Ozone Park, according to police.
Fire marshals confirmed that a lightning strike sparked the flames.
The mayor's office said that 10 families are still living in hotels.
For more than three months, dozens of residents of South Ozone Park have been displaced from their residences after a collapsed city pipe flooded their homes with raw sewage.
Families displaced by a sewage spill in South Ozone Park say that they are being kicked out of their temporary housing, despite being originally told that the city would cover their stays intro April.
A group of thugs approached a man from behind as he walked along a street in Queens and assaulted him before stealing his cell phone and AirPods, according to the NYPD.
A 67-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle in South Ozone Park. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene.
Three weeks after a massive sewage backup damaged over a hundred homes in a section of South Ozone Park, many residents say they are still displaced and are searching for answers.
Dozens of residents left homeless by the sewage backup in South Ozone Park that flooded over a hundred homes with human waste are still trying to figure out what their options are, going forward.
NEW YORK (AP) — A pipe failure — not cooking grease — caused a Thanksgiving weekend sewer backup that poured filth into more than 100 homes in Queens, The New York Times reported Thursday.
The DEP has determined that a 32-year-old concrete pipe "catastrophically failed" on Nov. 30, causing raw sewage to flow into hundreds of homes into Queens.
For residents affected by the sewage spill in South Ozone Park that affected 124 homes, the response immediately after the incident and in the days since has taken far too long.
Victims of the South Ozone Park sewage spill that sent raw sewage into 124 homes lambasted the official response to the incident at a meeting with city officials on Wednesday.
Contractors are working to clean up the sewage from dozens of home in Queens.
Residents in Ozone Park took a turn to grill local officials about the city’s response to the sewage spil that saw over 100 homes get flooded with raw human waste.
Officials say they still do not know what caused the sewage spill that flooded over 100 homes with human waste, or when people may be reimbursed for damages.
Residents of Ozone Park grilled local officials about the aftermath of the sewage spill last weekend that flooded the basements of over a hundred homes with human waste.
Sewage backed up and flooded homes in Queens. City officials will bring in contractors to help clean up the mess.