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A Queens woman is fighting for her life after her husband apparently bludgeoned her with a meat cleaver. The 54-year-old wife fought with her spouse in their Flushing home on Parsons Boulevard, near Ash Avenue, before running out into the street at about 5:55 a.m., cops said. Kang Wang, 53, allegedly stabbed her repeatedly on the sidewalk, while her son tried to break up the fight, cops added. She was rushed to New York Hospital Queens in very critical condition.

Police arrested the husband at the scene. Wang has not been charged yet. Wang’s adult son used a 2×4 and chased the dad off his mother, police said. The woman suffered severe head wounds from the meat cleaver, which was recovered from the scene, police said.

 

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