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Two riders are killed in a head-on collision in Chaot, Sinajana, GPD says

GTA workers who were killed were Jose F. Blas Jr. Two riders were killed after a head-on collision in Sinajana Wednesday, said Sergeant Paul Tapao, spokesperson for Guam police. Provisional accounts show that a GTA mini van was heading southward when it crashed into a Hyundai Santa Fe driving northwards, Tapao said.

Riders were declared by physicians of Naval hospital Guam declared extinct, said Tapao. According to his cousin Frank Blas, the GTA vans was 52-year-old Jose F. Blas Jr. The CPR was performed on both men at the crime site and on the way to the fire station, said fireman Kevin Reilly, spokesperson for the Guam Fire Department.

Jospehoseph Blas was a Dededo Resident who had worked for GTA for at least 32 years, according to his Mrs. Jellymay Blas. "We' re extremely sorry to hear about the premature death of our fellow Member Joe Blas. The tracks on Route 4 were blocked immediately after the plane crashed. The pedestrian Jesus Taitano Francisco, 81, passed away on Route 10 in Mangilao on January 17.

Daniel Gonfel, 32, passed away after being approached by a vehicle on Route 1 in Upper Tumon on 2 February. One of the pedestrians was killed after being approached by a vehicle on Route 1 in Dededo on 7 March. Jesse R. Castro on foot was killed after being run over by a vehicle that escaped Agat on Easter Sunday, April 1.

Anthony Brewer, 37, pedestrian, was killed after being struck by a vehicle on Route 1 near Wusstig Road in Dededo on April 9. 23-year-old Zacharay Flores Dayrit was killed after his vehicle struck a pylon along Route 3 in Dededo on April 9. 22-year-old Jacob Jerick Ungacta was killed in a road accident in Asan on April 23.

pedestrian Pedro Agravante, 71, was killed after being struck by a vehicle while traversing Route 16 in Harmon on 5 May. Andréw Jay Damian passed away after losing his bike on Route 2 in Agat on 27 May. After the pick-up he was on, Preston Hale, 22, ran off the road and fell on Route 15 near Hawaiian Rock on June 1.

Melinda Duenas, 32, pedestrian, was killed after she was shot by a truck on Route 1 near American Grocery in Dededo on June 2. Barbara Marananan Lizama, 31, a pedestrian, was killed after being run over by a vehicle on Ysengsong Road in Dededo on June 3. Johnny Job, 54, pedestrian, passed away after being run over by a limousine on Route 16 in Harmon at NAPA Auto Parts on 15 June.

Jose Blas Jr. 52, a GTA staff member who drove a fleet of minivans, was killed after a head-on crash with a Hyundai Santa Fe on Route 4 in Sinajana on July 11. One of Hyundai Santa Fe's men drivers was killed after a head-on crash with a Jose Blas Jr. GTA mini van on Route 4 in Sinajana on July 11.

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