Wake Held For Off-Duty Officer Killed In Motorcycle Accident
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A wake was held Friday for a police officer killed while riding his motorcycle.
Officer Curtis Johnson was off-duty when he was riding his motorcycle Monday on 158th Street and Linden Boulevard in Saint Albans, Queens.
A car hit his motorcycle and Johnson, 28, was thrown from his bike. He was then hit by another car, investigators said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was among those who attended the wake.
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