Well, WPIX has Follow-Up Fridays, where reporter Monica Morales returns to the scene of the crime to see if all is well and this morning is was back to visit the thug auto place, Dynamic Collision, which has turned a city street and sidewalk, 147 Pl, into their own private junkyard under the watchful eyes of the powers that be who like many quality of life issues, turn a blind eye.
As I said in an early post, I got there before WPIX and saw three unlicensed cars on 147 Pl, but no cars on the sidewalks. I took some photos from an area where the Dynamic Collision would not see me, but then the WPIX truck pulled up on Archer and guys from the other thug auto place, Pino’s Auto Service (14723 Archer Ave,) quickly moved a car they had on the street to their property and Dynamic quickly removed the other two before Monica got out of the truck.
So check out the video. Ironic that the one guy we approached on Wednesday, said “I do not work here”, but yet this Friday morning, there he was working on a car and then told Monica after she questioned him, “We always keep it clean”. Yeah, right like the 11 junked cars that were there Wednesday and every day before that. Assholes.
Will this street stay clear of junked and unlicensed cars. Well it is up to our elected officials and NYPD, who know this is major problem that has been going on for years, just like all those thug auto body shops on Merrick Blvd that litter the street with their junked cars. So just why is this a chronic issue? Too busy, too lazy or is someone getting a palm lube job. I have my theories, just like who that poisonous waste station, Royal Waste, was dumped near a residential area about two decades ago.
Monica ends the piece with “Good job Dynamic”. My take would have been FUCK YOU DYNAMIC for fucking up an already fucked up community with fucked up leaders who do shit while shit happens right under their noses. But see, Monica is a classy lady and I am no fucking gentlemen.
Follow-up Friday: Streets turned into junkyard; dangerous catch basins
WPIX11 News on Friday returned to two Queens neighborhoods to check on the progress on stories we covered during the week.
First in Jamaica, Queens, where an auto body shop was using public parking spots along the curb as their junkyard, with crashed cars littering the neighborhood.
The owner of Dynamic Collision told us he’d clean up the area, and he did.
Next in Jackson Heights, Queens. Residents there said busted catch basins were posing serious dangers for pedestrians and cyclists. City crews were working on the grates when we arrived.