A second Long Island man was killed by a falling tree Monday, as Sandy's hurricane-like winds ravaged the area.

John Miller, 39, of 7 Oak Hill Rd., in Lloyd Harbor was killed in his driveway at about 7:25 p.m., Suffolk County police said.

A police spokeswoman said Miller, his wife and their two daughters, ages 3 and 5, were leaving their home because of the storm when the tree fell.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Neither Miller's wife nor his two daughters, both in the family car, was injured, police said.

A Roslyn man was killed Monday at 7:30 p.m. on Engineers Road by a falling tree, Nassau County police said.

Safar Shafinoori, 84, went outside to move his car when he was struck by a tree, police said.

He was pronounced dead a short time later at a nearby hospital, police said.

Earlier on Monday, a Flushing, Queens, man was killed when hit by a falling tree, officials said.