Mother, 10-year-old daughter killed in Queens crash

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BAYSIDE, Queens — A mother and daughter killed in crash in Queens were identified Thursday, police said.

Susana Ha, 52, and her daughter Angelica Ung, 10, both of Flushing, were riding in the back seat of a Toyota Camry when the driver of a Ford Explorer crossed the double yellow lines and slammed into the left side of their sedan.

The Explorer flew off the road where it struck a tree stump, continued on the sidewalk then struck a fire hydrant before coming to a rest, police said. The driver of that SUV was traveling at a “high rate of speed” and it’s not yet known why they crossed into oncoming traffic. No arrests have been made.

The crash happened shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday on 210 Street between the Horace Harding Expressway and 64 Avenue, police said.

A total of six people were hurt in the collision. Ha and Ung were taken to a hospital and pronounce dead. An 8-year-old girl who was sitting in the backseat with them is in critical condition, police said.

The driver of the Camry — a 74-year-old man — was taken to a hospital in stable condition, and the front seat passenger of that car — a 67-year-old woman — was listed in critical condition Thursday, police said.

The driver of the SUV and a passenger were taken to a hospital and listed in stable condition, police said.

An investigation in ongoing.