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Man, 62, dies in Yona motorcycle crash

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - A 62-year-old man died today after his motorcycle ran off the roadway near Turtle Cove in Yona. According to Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Joey San Nicolas, the call came in at around 11:41am on a reported motorcycle spill. The individual was transported to Naval Hospital in Agana Heights. 

Medics administered CPR en route to the hospital and the Guam Police Department was at the site rerouting motorists. Guam Memorial Hospital Nursing Supervisor Cely Mangrobang told KUAM News this afternoon that the body of the man was transported to GMH a few hours after he was pronounced dead.

In the meantime, the cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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