A 35-year-old man was killed on Monday evening when his motorcycle collided with a driver making a U-turn in Canarsie, according to police.

While the NYPD has yet to identify the victim, the Post reports that the motorcycle driver was Royston Ferguson of the Brooklyn North Precinct. Ferguson was riding his 2008 Ducati motorcycle south on Rockaway Parkway between Avenue J and Flatlands Avenue around 6:45 p.m., when he collided with the passenger side of a northbound 2015 Kia Sorrento. The driver of the Sorrento was in the process of making a U-turn across the double yellow line, according to the NYPD's Collision Investigation Squad. The motorist was a 28-year-old woman, with two three-year-old male passengers.

Police responded to the scene just after 7p.m., and found Ferguson lying unconscious in the roadway. EMS transported him to Brookdale Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The woman was taken to Kings County Hospital with neck and back pain, and neither of her child passengers were injured. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.

Also yesterday, an off-duty female NYPD officer from the 33rd Precinct in Washington Heights died in a hiking accident in Sam's Point Preserve in Ulster County. An NYPD spokesperson says she fell fifty feet through an opening in the Ellenville Fault Ice Caves at Sam's Point. The officer died later that day at Kingston Hospital. Pending family notification, her name has not been released by the NYPD.

Yesterday also marked the death of Officer Brian Moore. Moore was shot in the side of the face in Queens Village on Saturday night, while on a plainclothes patrol. His family decided to take him off life support yesterday afternoon.