Motorcyclist Dies in Brooklyn Crash
Brooklyn, NY – A 26-year-old biker riding a Kawasaki motorcyclist slammed into a Nissan, whose driver had pulled away from the curb to make a U-turn on Louisiana Avenue in Brooklyn early morning of August 2. The impact of the collision threw off the rider onto the road. EMS personnel discovered the motorcyclist unconscious and unresponsive upon their arrival. The patient was transported to Brookdale Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
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