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Motorcycle accident victim is from Chalan Pago

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police have released the identity of Sunday's motorcyclist who died from injuries he sustained from colliding with a car.  The island's sixth traffic-related fatality has been identified as 22-year-old Allan Quidachay Borja of Chalan Pago.

Police have said that Borja was riding a 1990 Kawasaki Sports bike southbound on Marine Corps Drive when he attempted to overtake a vehicle on the inner lane.  Borja collided with a Chevy Suburban.  Preliminary reports show that he attempted to brake but because he was traveling too fast, he collided with the car. 

The case remains under investigation.

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