Pharmacy thief crashed car into KFC restaurant fleeing from police: robbery and kidnapping in Queens, New York
Chaos broke out in broad daylight in Queens yesterday after a thief fleeing a Rite Aid pharmacy ended up crashing a car into a KFC chicken restaurant in a kidnapping attempt.
The confusing sequence began at 2 pm Monday when the suspect allegedly stole more than $1,000 worth of merchandise from a Rite Aid store. NYPD agents tried to stop him, but fled and approached a driver en Parsons Blvd. cerca de Union Turnpike, Hillcrest neighborhood and tried to steal his car, police said.
The driver resisted and during the chaos the car crashed into the fast food restaurant, according to the police. The driver was taken to an area hospital in stable condition and the alleged thief was arrested. Miraculously no one else was hurt. None of those involved were immediately identified, he said. Daily News.
In a similar case, two weeks ago an elderly woman crashed her car into a chicken restaurant in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. Days before A 42-year-old drunk driver was arrested after her car crashed into an electric pole and then a residence in Saugerties, Ulster County, New York.
And in August a car entered the kitchen of a home in a spectacular road accident in Farmingdale (Long Island, NY). The driver, a 20-year-old from Queens (NYC), was captured after fleeing the scene.
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