Resident of infamous Long Island home killed in Queens car crash

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An occupant of the Long Island house whose owner has gone more than 23 years without paying the mortgage died in a Queens car crash this week.

Bhagwant Srichawala, 32, was killed early Wednesday on the westbound Long Island Expressway when he lost control of his 2008 Subaru Legacy and veered into a tree near Kissena Boulevard, according to the NYPD. Srichawala was pronounced dead at the scene of the 4 a.m. crash.

Srichawala was one of several residents of a home on Kenmore Street in East Meadow, where owner Guramrit Hanspal hasn’t paid a penny on his mortgage since 1998, filing numerous court actions and bankruptcies in a successful bid to stave off eviction.

It’s unclear if Srichawala was a tenant of Hanspal’s or a relative. A lawyer for several of the occupants of the home declined comment, saying he was unaware of the death.

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