by Nick Delgado
Guam - A motorcyclist who crashed into a traffic sign early Saturday morning is on life support in the intensive care unit at the Guam Memorial Hospital. According to GMH nursing supervisor Celi Mangrobang, the 29 year old man is on a ventilator after undergoing surgery. The unidentified man suffered internal bleeding and a fractured leg from the crash. Guam Fire Department spokesperson Kevin Reilly says initial reports showed the victim hit a vehicle along Harmon loop road just after midnight. Reilly confirms the man lost control of is bike and instead crashed into a traffic sign. No other
vehicles were involved. Police have not released any information about the crash.