Video shows fight inside Queens bodega that sparked fatal hit-and-run


A wild street beef in Queens, which resulted in a fatal hit and run by an innocent bystander, initially started in a bodega before spilling onto the roadway and becoming fatal.

A video obtained by The Post shows two women arguing at Rohan Deli in Far Rockaway on Saturday morning, just before a woman gets into a car, drives onto the sidewalk and plows into Milton Storch before driving off.

Police said they believe the woman behind the wheel of the black Honda tried to hit the woman she was fighting with when she instead hit Storch, 59, who was on a walker in front of Beach 20th Street. -deli.

The ladies yelled and pointed at each other in the deli before the woman in green left the store. The woman in black with red hair then puts her bag down and follows her outside, the video shows.

A fight between two women turned deadly when one of the women got behind the wheel of a car.

She walks up to the woman in green and starts beating her. The pair then begin a fight – punching and pulling at her – before several men try to break up with them.

The woman in green gets into the Honda, jumps over the curb and drives up the sidewalk towards the other woman and some bystanders, who flee.

She punches Storch, who, according to the video, is thrown from his walker into the shop door and onto the sidewalk.

The unhinged woman then flips the car backwards — backing up against a man in his thirties who rushes out of the way — and drives down the road with another woman in the passenger seat, the video shows.

Two women argue in a bodega.
The women argued inside Rohan Deli before bringing the fight out.
Two women argue in a bodega.
The women beat each other out before one of them got into a car and ran into Milton Storch.

It is not clear what the two women were arguing about. The video has no sound.

EMS rushed Storch to St. John’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The man in his thirties was also taken to St. John’s for minor injuries.

According to locals, Storch, who lived nearby, was a fixture on the block where he was murdered.

“[He] didn’t bother anyone. Every morning when I pass by here, he is here. He sits here, drinks coffee, smokes cigarettes,” Jorge Alberto Senquis, 53, said Saturday. “Wrong place, wrong time.”

Storch’s roommate told The Post on Sunday that no one had told him the victim had died.

“He didn’t come home last night, but I didn’t know he was dead!” said the man, who did not mention his name. “He’s a really nice guy. He’s only been here a few months.”

The female driver remains at large.

The Valley Voice
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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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