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A still from video showing a manhole explosion in Middle Village.

Crime in the World’s Borough dominated the list of the top 10 news stories of the week on QNS.

A Middle Village man collared last week for allegedly peddling drugs in the neighborhood was also charged for stabbing a bus passenger in Maspeth and harassing a woman earlier this year, police said. Joseph Cancemi, 27, faces charges including third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.

Two manhole explosions on a Middle Village street are were caught on video. Posted to Facebook, the footage shows firefighters on the scene as smoke and flames emerge from the sewer and an open manhole located in front of a crosswalk on the corner of Eliot Avenue and 76th Place. There were no reported injuries as a result of the incident.

Here are the eight other top stories of the week:

Cops looking for these crooks who planted a card skimmer onto this Ozone Park bank’s ATM

Target will move into Elmhurst building that will replace old movie theater

Cops catch man and woman wanted for mugging a man on a Glendale street for his watch

These eastern Queens schools will see tech upgrades, construction projects

Police catch man who tried to rape a Flushing massage parlor employee

Cops looking for two women who punched a teen at a Jackson Heights train station

Teenage boy arrested for sexual assault of a 4-year-old girl in her south Queens home

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick visits Queens to hand out free suits at parole office

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