No Criminality in Crash That Killed Two

Great Neck couple died at hospital after their car was struck July 7 as they turned into Glen Head Country Club.

There were no criminal acts contributing to a July 7 crash that took the lives of a Great Neck couple, according to the Nassau County Police Department.

Jules and Charlotte Joskow, both 89, were turning into the entrance of the Glen Head Country Club from the northbound lanes of Cedar Swamp Road when a vehicle traveling south hit the passenger side of their 2012 Mercedes sedan, police said.

Their car was forced off the road and down an embankment to the left of the club's entrance. The Joskows were extracted from their vehicle and taken to the hospital, where Charlotte passed away the next day and Jules two days later, said police.

The driver of the other car was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said. That person was not charged with any crime.

Jules Joskow cofounded an international economic consulting firm, National Economic Research Associates, in 1961. He and his wife, a retired schoolteacher, were active in philanthropy, according to a Newsday obituary.

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