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Fire chief involved in 3-car collision in Tiyan

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Medics and the Airport Police were called to a three-car collision in Tiyan this afternoon, one of the victims being Fire Chief Dave Peredo.  Peredo, who was in his official vehicle, tells KUAM News that one of the Nissan Sentras was traveling on the main road when it collided with the other car across from him at the intersection.

Peredo says the two cars then hit the front of his vehicle. The driver of the first Sentra was transported to the hospital for head injuries, while a woman in the other vehicle received minor cuts.

No other injuries were reported and airport police are handling the investigation.

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