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Nupur Baten, 26, was crushed under the wheels of husband Sakwat Hossain’s Toyota Rav4 after he lost control backing out of their driveway.
A motorist with just three months at the wheel fatally struck his own wife Saturday while she guided him out of the family’s Brooklyn driveway, grieving relatives said.

Nupur Baten, 26, was crushed under the wheels of husband Sakwat Hossain’s Toyota Rav4 after he lost control backing out of their driveway on E. 32nd St. near Avenue D in East Flatbush, family members told the Daily News.


Paramedics removed Baten’s body from under the car at around 9:30 a.m, officials said. The mother of two, who relatives said came to the U.S. from Bangladesh 15 years ago, was barely conscious and rushed to Kings County Hospital. She was pronounced dead just under an hour later, cops said.

Hossain Baten, 31, remained at the crash, cops said, and no charges were immediately filed. Late Saturday, relatives said they did not know where the husband was. The motorist had only been licensed to drive for three months, said Baten’s uncle, Abedin Zainal.

Zainal called his niece a “loving” stay-at-home mother who took care of two children, Sadika, 4, and Samia, 10 months.

“She was a very excellent girl,” he said, sobbing between words.

 Family members said the accident pinned her against the wall of the adjacent apartment building. Abedin Samia, a 16-year-old cousin, described Baten as a dedicated mother.

The motorist had only been licensed to drive for three months, said Baten’s uncle, Abedin Zainal.BRUCE COTLER/STR FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
The motorist had only been licensed to drive for three months, said Baten’s uncle, Abedin Zainal.
“She loved taking her kids to the park,” the cousin said. “She would play around with them, help her kids go down the slide.

“She was childlike. She would play tag with us. She was very jokey.”

Her cousin said that Baten would help her Bangladeshi-born relatives in any way she could.

“She was always helping others. She was always there for people,” she said. “Driving family members to the doctor, translating for them.”

An uncle, who didn’t want his name used, said that he’s now concerned for the children his niece left behind.

“I worry about the kids,” he said. “They’ve lost their mother. They won’t have their mother.”

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