by Mindy Aguon
Guam - The Guam Memorial Hospital won't be left in the dark, at least this month. Hospital spokesperson Connor Murphy confirms a $34,000 payment to cover the outstanding October power bill was paid-off today. Murphy says the money was transferred from the hospital's Operational Fund to the Guam Power Authority.
The payment averted disconnection that was threatened earlier this week as GPA crews ensured the hospital's generators were working in the event they were going to pull the plug on power.
GMH, meanwhile, is waiting for their November power bill.