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At 95th Avenue and 106th Street in Woodhaven.
Coincidence? Who knows.
Categorized in: One Shots Tagged with: Queens Woodhaven
I guess they didnt have their cell phone charged to call the fire dept, like the city agencies recommend we do now.
yea, a cup of coffee can’t exactly put out an entire house fire…
I’m the comedian in here.
Actually that’s in Ozone Park, since Woodhaven doesn’t go south of Atlantic Avenue and ends between the highest street in the 90s and the lowest number in the 100s, divided by train tracks, which would be in Richmond HIll. I live on 102nd St in Richmond Hill so I’m less than a five minute walk from both Woodhaven and Ozone Park. As far as I can tell the border between Richmond Hill and Ozone Park is 108th St south of Atlantic.
That was a really dorky post wasn’t it?
I guess the giant FDNY tower at the edge of Forest Park didn’t help anyone this time around…
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