July 13, 2013 Staff report
Two men were stabbed—one fatally– by a livery cab driver in Woodside this morning.
The two men, who had just come out of a grocery store with beer, tried to flag down the driver at 68-10 Roosevelt Ave. at about 5 am, according to police.
The driver, who refused to pick them up, got into a dispute with the two men—and stabbed them. One man, 26, was stabbed in chest, while the other, 33, in the torso. The driver then sped off.
The 26-year-old was pronounced dead at Elmhurst Hospital, while the other was listed in stable condition.
The police have not made any arrests and said they are still investigating the incident.