Long Island Crash Claims Life of Queens Motorcyclist
Long Island, NY – Police investigation reports a tragic crash involving a 31-year-old Queens man driving a 2014 Yamaha motorcycle, who lost control of his bike near 58th Street on Long Island Expressway and rear-ended a 2013 Porsche Cayenne with a 36-year-old man behind the wheel at about 12:15 early Monday. As soon as authorities arrived, they determined the rider’s body unresponsive and unconscious, with severe body trauma. He was transported to Elmhurst Hospital, but couldn’t be saved.
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