It has been a week since the fatal motorcycle crash in Tiyan occurred and now the motorcyclist’s family is reaching out to the community for help in burying their loved one.
43-year-old Michael Usalla has been identified by family members as the motorcyclist who died in a head-on collision in Tiyan last Dec. 30.
His daughter, Krystal Usalla, has reached out to the community for assistance in laying her father to rest and has set up a Go Fund Me account for donations over the weekend.
According to police, Usalla was seen driving a motorcycle recklessly by Asan Beach Park shortly before 10 p.m. on Dec. 30.
But when police attempted to conduct a traffic stop, Usalla continued to drive, leading police on a chase which ended on Sunset Blvd in Tiyan.
Surveillance footage of the crash shows Usalla motoring at a high rate of speed before he collided with a vehicle.
PNC reached out for an update on the case. However, Guam Police Department spokesperson Sgt Paul Tapao did not respond to our inquiry as of news time.