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Some fast-acting police officers helped a senior woman find her way home after she got lost in Richmond Hill.

According to police, on Dec. 5 the woman was walking around 111th Street and Jamaica Avenue when she flagged down officers from the 102nd Precinct. The woman informed the officers that she was lost.

A brief investigation by the officers determined that the woman lived in Corona. The officers then drove her home.

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