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Pasco Man Dead After Motorcycle Crash

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 PASCO, WA - A 35-year-old Pasco man is dead following an early morning motorcycle crash on Sunday. 

Troopers with Washington State Patrol said Donye Guice was going north on SR395 to eastbound Interstate 182 when he lost control on the corner. The motorcycle hit the median and Guice was ejected.

Troopers say he was wearing a helmet but was pronounced dead the scene.

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