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GFD investigates fire at Star Press

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - It's been in business since 1965 and the owners of the Star Press are now having to cleanup and start over.  The call came in just after 6:30pm of a structure fire.

Star Press is located behind the ITC building in Tamuning.  "There is no really dollar amount to it, we just have to rebuild from scratch," said Jean Cepeda, a graphic artists that the company.  "Ai, I don't know what we're gong to do with the economy the way it is, starting over is going to be just as costly as just to continue.  We'll see...we're hopeful."

Cepeda is the daughter of the owner of the business. She says investigators believe the fire might have been accidental, the investigation however continues.  No one was injured.

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