Two pedestrians injured after Queens driver suffers heart attack

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(Ellyn Marks)

(Ellyn Marks)

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS (PIX11) – Police say a 65-year-old man driving south on 108th Street in Forest Hills had a heart attack and crashed into parked cars and two cars waiting at a light at 66th Avenue at around 9:30 this morning.

Two people were hurt after a driver suffered a cardiac arrest and lost control of his car.  (Ellyn Marks)

Two people were hurt after a driver suffered a cardiac arrest and lost control of his car. (Ellyn Marks)

Two pedestrians, including a high school student, were hit.  None of their injuries were life threatening.

The driver is in stable condition at Elmhurst Hospital.

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