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Biker community shocked by death of Daryl Aloisio

In the second accident which happened on Monday, Daryl Aloisio, 36, from Fgura lost his life when he crashed with his motorcycle while driving on the Coast road, in the second motorbike accident on this road in two days.

Yesterday, the biker community was in shock to learn the news that another motorcyclist had tragically lost his life. Daryl Aloisio died at Mater Dei shortly after being admitted to hospital after his accident which occurred when for some reason he lost control of Yamaha FZ6 and crashed into the barriers which are located in the middle of the Coast road to separate the lanes.

This accident took place around 2.30pm.

Mr Aloisio was also well-known within the bodybuilding community. Many relatives and friends expressed their sorrow on learning about the death of this very sportive man, especially those who used to go train at the gym in Zejtun, where Aloisio used to work as an instructor. Among the many messages which were posted, there were those which described him as a happy person. Daryl also loved motorcycles, as can seen from the photo with his friends.

The investigations into the accident are being carried out by police from the Naxxar police station. Duty Magistrate Ian Farrugia is leading the inquiry with the help of various experts.

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UPDATE: Motocyclist dies after another bike accident on the Coast Road

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