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Julio Cahueque Obituary, 23-year-old dies after head-on motorcyle crash In Stamford

Julio Cahueque Obituary, Death- In Stamford, a guy who was 23 years old lost his life when the automobile he was driving was involved in a head-on collision with another vehicle. The incident took place in a direct manner. After receiving a report of a probable assault on Friday evening at approximately 7:27 o’clock, officers from the police department responded to the 1500 block of High Ridge Road in order to investigate the situation.

According to the findings of their investigation, the 23-year-old driver, who was eventually identified as Julio Alexander Marconi Cahueque, was driving southbound on High Ridge Rd. when it looked that he crossed into the northbound lane and collided with the front end of a 2014 Honda Accord. Julio Alexander Marconi Cahueque was ultimately pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Julio Alexander Marconi Cahueque, the driver of the Honda Accord, was determined to have passed away at the scene of the accident.

Julio was thrown off of the motorcycle and onto the grassy shoulder of the roadway as a direct result of the collision. This occurred immediately after the incident. “The motorcycle then caught fire,” the spokesman from the law enforcement agency stated. “The incident is under investigation.” A good Samaritan who was in the area at the time of the accident and saw the fire made an effort to put it out, but he was unsuccessful in his efforts. Julio’s death was ruled an accident after the fire brigade had brought the blaze under control. The official cause of death was listed as having occurred at the scene of the accident.

The operator of the Honda, identified as Rai Sanjeev, a 63-year-old resident of Stamford did not report any injuries at the time of the collision,” the police claimed. “The operator of the Honda was not injured in the collision.” “The person who was driving the Honda did not sustain any injuries.” The authorities have not yet reached the conclusion of their investigation into the collision.