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ASTORIA — A 32-year-old man was dead after he was hit by a minivan crossing Broadway Monday night, police said.

Abundio Mendez-Perez was crossing the intersection eastbound at 21st Street around 8:15 p.m. when a Honda Odyssey that was traveling south on 21st Street struck him, according to police. The pedestrian was taken to Mount Sinai Queens Hospital where he was pronounced DOA.

The driver stayed at the scene and was not charged with any criminality, police said.

Updated 5:44 pm, October 10, 2011
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Mareli mendez says:
Today in the year of 2010 I got the news that my uncle died 2 days before my moms birthday I missed him so much it had pass 6 years. Now that my uncle is not here now he is not here to see us how we grown up and how my cousins ( his children) are grown up my little cousin is big now my older cousin is in college and middle cousin is in high school I'm graduating next year from 8th grade my brothers are growing up I want to know about my uncles death abundio Mendez Perez . Please contact me marelivalle44@gmail.com thank you
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