Mother, daughter killed in Bayside wreck identified

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Darla Miles is in Manhasset with the details. (WABC)

A mother and her young daughter were killed and at least four others injured after a two-car crash in Queens Wednesday night.

It's unclear what caused the accident between the white 2006 Ford Explorer and 2005 Toyota Camry, which collided at 210th Street and Horace Harding Expressway in Bayside. Police are saying that speed might have been a factor.

The mother and daughter were identified as 42-year-old Susana Ha and her 10-year-old daughter Angelica Ung, both of Flushing. They were pronounced dead at Long Island Jewish Hospital.

A family of five had been inside the Camry: a grandfather, 74, who was driving; a grandmother, 67; an 8-year-old girl; and Ha and Ung, who were in the backseat. The grandfather is stable and the 67-year-old woman is critical at Long Island Jewish Hospital. The 8-year-old, who also was in the back seat, is critical.

The driver and sole occupant of the SUV, a 46-year-old woman, was taken to Long Island Jewish Hospital and is stable.

The SUV had been northbound on 210th Street and at an "unsafe speed," police said. It veered to the left, crossing the double yellow line and struck the left side rear of the Toyota. The Toyota then continued north on 210 Street, running onto the sidewalk and hitting a tree stump and a fire hydrant.

The accident remains under investigation, and charges haven't been ruled out at this time.
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