Motorcycle Crash Claims the Life of a 37-Year-Old Queens Man
Queens, NY – A 37-year-old Queens motorcyclist died when his 2005 Harley Davidson slammed into the back of a 2019 Toyota Forerunner at around 12:11 a.m. on Labor Day weekend. The tragic crash occurred at the corner of 73rd Avenue and 224th Street in Oakland Gardens, Queens. Police officers and EMS personnel discovered the male biker unconscious and unresponsive on the roadway, suffering from head and chest trauma. He was taken to Long Island Jewish Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The SUV driver remained at the scene while investigation on the cause of the accident is underway.
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