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    NYPD precinct commander kills self inside department vehicle

    An NYPD precinct commander fatally shot himself in the head inside a department vehicle near Kissena Park on Monday, police sources told The Post.

    The deputy inspector, who was not immediately identified, had made a call to family members that led them to believe he was suicidal, sources said.

    Cops tried to locate his phone, but he had already pulled the trigger by the time they got to the vehicle on Underhill Avenue near the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway, the sources said.

    He was rushed to a nearby hospital, but could not be saved, the sources said.

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