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Two cops hurt in Cross-Island Road accident

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Fire Department responded to an accident along Cross-Island Road early this morning. According to GFD Spokesperson Joey San Nicolas, a call was placed at around 3:15am. It was reported that a Guam Police Department patrol car was involved in the two-car collision near along Route 17.

Police Spokesperson A.J. Balajadia says two police officers were transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital, complaining of chest and back pain. Two female passengers operating a 2006 Nissan Sentra were transported to Naval Hospital in Agana Heights, where one of them remains in critical condition.

GPD's Highway Patrol Division is investigating the cause of the accident.

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