Steven try to help Audrey Lumer, homeless dead on the G line in Queens

Audrey Lumer

Audrey Lumer

She died at the 21st. St-Van Alst station on the G line.

Steven tried to help her the day before she was kicked out. “I told her to give you a plan. During times when she was in need of help from the metropolis and religious services, she didn’t want it.

Steven says he got a bad reputation from the police two months after Lumer was kicked out. Those who spoke to him said that his sister had cats that were cries in her storage unit. Cops asked him if they could open the unit and take the cats to a shelter, and he agreed to that idea. She was right.

Lumer’s mental well-being got worse over the next few years, her family said. During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, her father died. This kept the family from having a proper funeral service because they couldn’t come together as a group.

She usually put old photos on Facebook, which she did with laptops she bought from digital stores.

Her brother took the cats. There have been posts there. Because her father’s girlfriend helped them get out of their apartment on Utopia Pkwy., she was also blamed for that as well.

At the Coalition for the Homeless, there’s a protection director who says that being homeless makes it hard for people to keep their minds healthy. The lives of people who don’t live in safe and reasonably priced homes can quickly fall apart. There’s a lot we don’t know about each person we see on the subway and on the street.

Steven try to help Audrey Lumer, homeless dead on the G line in Queens
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