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Man killed in motorcycle/van crash in Asan

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Guam Fire Department confirms a traffic related fatality in Asan. According to GFD spokesperson Kevin Reilly, E911 received a call of a crash involving a van and motorcycle at around 7:15pm Sunday near the Harley Davidson store.

When firefighters and medics arrived a passenger van and motorcycle were on fire. The operator of the motorcycle was trapped underneath the van. According to Reilly, he passed away. The van was heading southbound with five people on board. The driver was receiving medical attention for minor injuries. The road is closed. Motorists are asked to avoid the area.

According to police spokesperson officer AJ Balajadia a man operating a 2012 Ford van was pulling out of the Sunset Grill parking lot onto  Marine Corps Drive when he collided with a motorcycle. The motorcycle and van ignited in flames. The motorcyclist was killed at the scene.

Balajadia adds there were two other men in the van. The driver was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital for burns. The passengers made it out okay.

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