Body of Traffic Victim Un-Claimed, GPD Asking Anyone Who Knew Douglas Croy to Come Forward


Guam – The body of a man who died when he crashed his scooter while trying to cross a Merizo bridge January 29th, is still unclaimed.

62 year old Douglas Croy broke his neck after his scooter crashed into a concrete barrier on the Pigua Bridge. He died 3 days later at Guam Memorial Hospital.

Following his death, GPD Spokesman Officer A.J. Balajadia reported that Croy was driving a 2009 SYM RV 250 Scooter and heading south on Route 4 when he attempted to across over Pigua Bridge which has been narrowed to 1 lane. Instead of using the two way traffic lane, he attempted to drive through the closed southbound lane hitting a concrete roadblock. It appeared the scooter landed on the operator.

According to a release from GPD Officer A.J. Balajadia:

“Officers with Guam Highway Patrol are asking anyone who may have known Mr. Douglas Croy of Yona to please contact their offices at 475-8463/64.”

Mr. Croy’s body has not been claimed from the Medical Examiners Office and the investigator assigned is hoping someone can provide information on how to get a hold of his family members in the mainland.”