Drive-by-shooting slays man in Glendale

A passenger was fatally shot when a driver pulled up at a traffic light and opened fire in Glendale, Queens early Friday.

The 25-year-old victim was in the front seat of a Chevy Malibu at the intersection of Myrtle Avenue and Woodhaven Boulevard in Glendale when a black sedan pulled alongside them just after midnight.

The driver of the Chevy Malibu crashed into a pole following the shooting, but was not injured.
(Photo from ABC7 New York)

After a verbal dispute, the driver of the black sedan opened fire on the other vehicle, hitting the 25-year-old passenger who was later pronounced dead at Jamaica Hospital.

The Malibu then crashed into a pole, but the driver was not injured. The suspect in the sedan fled North via Woodhaven Boulevard.

No arrests were initially made. Anyone with information is urged to contact police

Read more: https://abc7ny.com/queens-shooting-glendale-man-shot-in-nypd/10372101/

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