CAR SPLIT IN HALF, Aspiring Medical Student Renders Aid to Driver in Horrific Car Crash

November 8 2021 Queens, New York – a A driver is in critical condition after crashing into a pole and the South ozone Park section of Queens, splitting his car in two halves.

Incident occured just before 11:30 PM on Rockaway Blvd & 111 Street.

A 32-year-old driver was ejected from his 2018 Honda pilot, he was raveling eastbound, when he struck an unoccupied car and slammed into a telephone pole.

The driver sustained serious bodily injuries and was rushed to Jamaica hospital where he is in critical condition.
We talked to Nicole Ramkhellawan an aspiring medical student.

Nicole who lives in the area states that she heard a loud crash outside her window. She saw the driver laying facedown on the ground, turned him around to make sure he was breathing, and rendered aid and comfort until first responders arrived.

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