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The 109th precinct warned drivers to stay away from this Flushing intersection after an early morning bus accident.

A pedestrian suffered serious injuries in Flushing this morning after being struck by an MTA bus while crossing the street.

The man was in the crosswalk when a Q66 bus making a left turn from Prince Street onto Roosevelt Avenue hit him at 7:04 a.m. According to an MTA spokeswoman, he went under the bus and suffered serious injuries to both of his legs.

The victim was taken to the New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens following the incident, which is still under investigation.

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