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Teen critical after Malojloj car crash

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A 17-year-old is in critical condition at the naval hospital tonight after he ran off the road and crashed into a concrete utility pole.  Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says the Yona man was driving a 2002 Nissan Altima south on Route 4 in the southern village of Malojloj when he lost control of his car and ran off the roadway. 

The impact of the crash resulted in the car being wrapped around the utility pole.  Witnesses told police the man was speeding and preliminary findings show that he was traveling at least 88 miles per hour, if not faster. 

GPD's Highway Patrol Division is currently on the scene investigating.

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