A fatal car crash took place on a street in Glendale, Queens, that led to two teenagers being hospitalized, on Monday. According to reports, their moped hit a car, just after 3 p.m. The said car turned left from 88th Street onto Cooper Avenue and hit the moped that was crossing the street outside of the crosswalk.
Officers were called to the scene, by a passerby, who saw both people on the moped thrown off the vehicle.
“I came back and I see people laying on the floor. The one lady was bleeding from the head,” Paul Baumann said. “But I made sure I needed two ambulances immediately and a firetruck because the antifreeze was leaking from the car and we didn’t know if it was going to blow up.”
According to the police, there was a 16-year-old female passenger and a 15-year-old male driver on the moped. The 16-year-old female passenger is in critical condition, and the driver has a broken leg.