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Wusstig Road fatality victim identified

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The auto-pedestrian accident victim who was struck by two cars at Wusstig Road in Yigo has been identified as Benjamin Leon Guerrero Toves. He was known for walking the streets of the village. Toves was walking on Marine Corps Drive when he was struck by a servicemember driving a Nissan Sentra. 

The impact of that collision resulted in Toves being thrown into the oncoming lane, where he was struck again by a woman driving a Nissan Frontier. Toves was pronounced dead at the scene and police are still trying to determine if speed or alcohol were factors in the crash. 

Rosaries are being said nightly at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Yigo.

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