Breaking News: Fatal Collision in Glen Oaks – Man Loses Life, Relatives Injured by Car

A 67-year-old man was killed and his wife and two young grandchildren were seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle while unloading groceries in Queens on Tuesday.

Police say Sam Amorese was fatally pinned between two cars around 4 p.m. on 260th Street and 73rd Avenue in the Glen Oaks neighborhood. His 65-year-old wife and 1-year-old grandson suffered severe leg wounds and are hospitalized in stable condition.

Man killed, relatives injured after car slams into pedestrians in Glen Oaks

Amorese’s 5-year-old granddaughter had only minor scratches. The 39-year-old driver who hit the family remained at the scene and indicated a possible medical emergency behind the wheel, authorities said.

Neighbors expressed ongoing concerns over speeding issues on the normally quiet residential road, though it’s unclear if that played a role in this crash. The tragic loss of life has shaken the tight-knit community.

While the investigation continues, the family is reeling from the heartbreaking loss of their loved one in such a sudden, senseless accident outside their own home. Officials say no charges have been filed against the driver so far as they review all circumstances.

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