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Man Found Dead With Laceration to His Face on Northern Boulevard

A man was found dead with a laceration to his face behind a laundromat (pictured) located at 147-14 Northern Blvd. in Flushing this morning (GMaps)

Oct. 20, 2021 By Christian Murray

A man was found dead with a laceration to his face behind a block of stores in Flushing this morning.

Police received a call at around 3:50 a.m. that there was an unconscious man at the rear of 147-14 Northern Blvd. Upon arrival, officers from the 109th NYPD Precinct discovered a man unconscious and unresponsive with a cut to the left side of his face.

EMS pronounced the man dead at the location and the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. An investigation into his death is ongoing.

Police have yet to release the name of the deceased.

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