Farmingville man died after Mattituck motorcycle crash

09/20/2013 5:38 PM |
RACHEL YOUNG PHOTO | A makeshift memorial has been placed at the scene of the motorcycle crash in Mattituck that killed Farmingville man Michael Lourine Sept. 8.

RACHEL YOUNG PHOTO | A makeshift memorial has been placed at the scene of the motorcycle crash in Mattituck that killed Farmingville man Michael Lourine Sept. 8.

A Farmingville man who was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash in Mattituck earlier this month died soon after the accident, Maloney Funeral Homes in Lake Ronkonkoma said.

Michael Lourine, 33, was heading west on Main Road at 5:50 p.m. on Sept. 8 when he lost control of his 2006 Kawasaki while making a turn and struck a curb, Southold Town police said. He hit his head on a utility pole during the crash and was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center for treatment, where he died that same day.

A funeral mass was held Sept. 13 at St. Mary’s R.C. Church in East Islip.

Mr. Lourine, a New York City firefighter, was honored on FDNY Medal Day 2007 for his heroics with a team of other firefighters from Ladder Co. 105 in Brooklyn.

Read about him here.

A makeshift memorial of flowers, ribbons and a framed photograph of Mr. Lourine have been placed at the site of the crash, next to Mattituck Presbyterian Church.

RACHEL YOUNG PHOTO | A framed photograph of Michael Lourine was placed at the scene of the crash.

RACHEL YOUNG PHOTO | A framed photograph of Michael Lourine was placed at the scene of the crash.

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