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2 dead, 1 hurt in motorcycle-truck collision in Zambales

/ 11:27 AM October 22, 2021
Road accident, motorcycle collided

A medical team responds to a vehicular accident in San Marcelino, Zambales, where two men died after their motorcycle hit a delivery truck. (Photo courtesy of San Marcelino public information office)

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales––Two men died while another was injured when their motorcycle collided Thursday evening with a delivery truck in San Marcelino town, police said.

Investigators identified the fatalities as cousins Larry Glenn Umipig and Oliver Umipig of San Marcelino.

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The police said the victims were traveling along the provincial road in Barangay Consuelo Norte when they tried to overtake a car but lost control of the motorcycle before crashing against an approaching truck.

The cousins and a backrider were thrown off the motorcycle and hit the pavement. They were taken to the San Marcelino District Hospital but were declared dead on arrival.

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The other backrider, Vincent Jhon Valdez, suffered injuries, the police said.

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