Updated: Silver Spring Man Dies After Motorcycle and SUV Crash in Aspen Hill

21-year-old taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries


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Updated 11 a.m.: A Silver Spring man died Friday night after his motorcycle and an SUV collided in an Aspen Hill intersection that morning, Montgomery County police said.

The motorcyclist, James Christopher Davern, 21, of Silver Spring, was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries and died in the evening.

The other driver, Whirley Calumba Saguban, 66, was not injured.

Davern was driving a 2012 Honda CBR 600 RR west on Veirs Mill Road, and Saguban was driving the 2003 Honda CRV east on that road and attempting to make a left turn onto Robindale Drive, where Saguban lives, according to a police press release. At about 10:45 a.m., the two vehicles collided in the intersection.

Police are investigating the crash.

Police have asked anyone with information about the collision to call 240-773-6620.

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