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Elderly Woman Found Injured, Disoriented in Queens Has Been Identified, Reunited With Family

What to Know

  • A woman fell in Queens Wednesday evening and now she has no idea where she lives or who her family and friends are, police say
  • The Jane Doe fell in the area of Kissena Boulevard and Holly Avenue in Flushing and paramedics took her to an area hospital to be treated
  • The woman was last wearing a black and white plaid shirt, a light-colored shirt with a floral print, gray pants and black sneakers

Police say the elderly woman found injured and disoriented after falling in Queens Wednesday night has been identified and reunited with her family, nearly two days after police asked for the public's help. 

It was around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday when the woman (pictured above) fell in the area of Kissena Boulevard and Holly Avenue in Flushing, police say.

Paramedics rushed the Jane Doe to an area hospital to be treated. She couldn't remember where she lived nor could she give contact information for any family or friends, police said.

Police released a photo of her from her hospital bed Thursday night, and on Friday afternoon, the NYPD tweeted that she's been reunited with her family. No further details were offered. 

Witnesses are urged to call authorities.

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