Motorcyclist killed in Hauppauge crash near Lincoln Boulevard

The motorist involved in the crash was cited for not having a license.

The motorist involved in the crash was cited for not having a license. (7/4/13)

HAUPPAUGE - Police say a motorist involved in a deadly motorcycle crash in Hauppauge was driving without a license.

Police say a car and motorcycle collided at around 5:30 a.m. this morning on the LIE service road near Lincoln Boulevard.

The motorcyclist was killed, and his female passenger has been hospitalized in serious condition.

The driver of the car was cited for driving without a license.

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