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Man still in ICU after motorcycle spill

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department's Highway Patrol Division continues to investigate Friday's motorcycle spill that left Tamuning resident Karl Quitano in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit. An eyewitness told police that Quitano was riding his silver Suzuki cycle, attempting to make a right turn onto Marine Corps Drive when he lost control and slammed into a concrete utility pole.

Police say Quitano was not wearing a helmet and sustained a skull fracture and massive head trauma.

 

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