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Canadian Dies In Crash in Guanacaste

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A Canadian man died Wednesday afternoon after crashing the vehicle he was driving against a utility pole. The crash occurred at the entrance of Reserva Conchal, in the area of Brasilito, in Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, at 3:36 pm.

According to the Cruz Roja (Red Cross), the fatality is an adult man who drove a Toyota Hilux pick up, declared dead on the site. Apparently, the man was traveling alone.

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At the moment, authorities did not release the man’s identity and the possible cause of the crash. Area residents told Telenoticias the man was a Canadian.

Video from Guana Noticias.

The death is being investigated by the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ).

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