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GPD continues investigation into island's 4th traffic fatality of 2010

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By Mindy Aguon

GUAM - The Guam Police Department's highway patrol division is trying to determine if speed or alcohol were factors in Monday morning's fatal crash on route 15.

A man in his mid 20's died from injuries he sustained when he crashed his 1998 Mitsubishi Mirage into a concrete utility pole. Police are still trying to determine why the Chuukese man lost control of his vehicle. The incident happened around 4 AM Monday near the Church of Christ in Mangilao. An autopsy is expected to be conducted this afternoon to determine the exact cause of death.

The man's death marks the 4th traffic related fatality this year to date.

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