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Wet roads cause car crash in Dededo

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - At least one person was sent to Naval Hospital this afternoon for injuries sustained in a car collision along Route 3 in Dededo. Guam Police Highway Patrol Division officers were activated to the scene to investigate. GPD Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says three vehicles were involved, but only two collided with each other.

He says the driver of a Nissan Altima was transported to the hospital; however the driver's condition remains unknown.

While investigators piece together how the accident occurred, Balajadia reminds motorists to take caution on Guam's roadways.  "Because of the weather conditions and its been a little while since its rained in this area, the road may be slick and you need to slow it down and drive prudent in this area, whatever the conditions may be," he told KUAM News.

In the meantime, speed and alcohol are still being looked into as factors in the crash.

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