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Three Women Found Stabbed to Death Inside Springfield Gardens Home Friday

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Three women were found stabbed to death inside a house in Springfield Gardens Friday morning. (Photos Citizen and Google Maps)

Nov. 18, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

Three women were found stabbed to death inside a home in Springfield Gardens Friday morning.

The victims, aged 26, 46 and 57, were discovered dead at around 10:40 a.m. inside a two-story house at 146-39 182nd St., according to police.

A home help aide came across the grisly sight, according to reports.

All three women had been stabbed in the neck and were pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Police are still trying to piece together the circumstances surrounding the deaths.

A relative of one of the victims is believed to have fled the location at around 5 a.m. and is considered a suspect, according to the New York Post. However, the NYPD was unable to confirm the information when contacted by the Queens Post.

It is unclear whether the victims are related. One of the women was bedridden, the Post reported.

There have been no arrests and the investigation remains ongoing.

The police did not provide any further information.

This is a developing story. 

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