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Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, the Police Department and the Internal Affairs Bureau are investigating the claim that four Queens detectives allegedly obstructed the investigation of a fatal car accident involving a detective in the 105th Police Precinct in Queens Village, said Detective Madelyne Galindo, a police spokeswoman.

The fatal accident occurred on April 26, 1998, when off-duty Police Detective Robert Bolson allegedly broadsided Federico Hurtado, 62, who was returning home with his wife Hilde at 222nd Street and 93rd Avenue. The crash killed Hurtado and critically injured his wife.

Bolson, 37, a 15-year veteran of the force who was assigned to the 105th

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