BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 23-year-old motorcyclist has died after an SUV pulled out in front of him on York Road in Timonium, resulting in a collision, Baltimore County Police said.

On June 18 about 3:40 p.m., Diego Varela was traveling on a 2021 Suzuki motorcycle heading southbound on York Road. A 2006 Toyota 4Runnner traveling east on Crowther Avenue pulled into the intersection to go north on York Road, police said.

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Varela then hit the 4Runner, police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Baltimore County Police Crash Team is investigating.

Varela was a recent graduate of Goucher College, the university confirmed.

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In a message Monday to the Goucher community, president Kent Devereaux said Varela was a first-generation college student and graduated in 2021.

“During his time at Goucher as a political science major, he worked briefly in the President’s office, as well as on several political campaigns,” wrote Devereaux. “Only recently, Diego had opened a successful healthy juice business at the Towson Town Center.”

The business was named Rio Juice Bar, according to a post on Varela’s LinkedIn page.

“Diego’s death is a terrible tragedy, and the entire Goucher community mourns his loss,” wrote Devereaux. “Please join me in keeping Diego’s family and friends in your hearts during this most difficult time.”

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