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No arrests yet for fatal Mangilao crash

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department's Highway Patrol Division has not made any arrests or issued any citations in connection with the island's ninth traffic-related fatality of 2010.  Interviews are still being conducted and traffic investigators are piecing together the events leading up to a two-car collision on University Drive in Mangilao earlier this week. 

They say the driver of the Ford Focus moved onto the shoulder of the road and attempted to make a u-turn when they were struck by a Toyota 4Runner.  83-year-old Dolores Quilbat died from a broken neck and crushed chest as she received the brunt of the impact in the crash. 

Police confirm she and the other back passenger in the focus were not wearing seat belts.  The driver of that car sustained a broken arm and was released from the hospital.

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