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Police continue inquiry into Yigo crash

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - An investigation continues into Saturday's traffic fatalities that occurred along Marine Corps Drive near Wusstig Road in Yigo. The driver of a 1996 Toyota Corolla was heading north when he hit a Toyota Tercel with two people inside attempting to make a left turn into Wusstig Road. All three people, all men, died as a result from injuries from the crash.

An autopsy is expected to be conducted today. Police are examining whether speed and/or alcohol were factors in the crash.

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