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GFD responds to drowning report in Tumon

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane
 
Guam - A woman was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital after a report of a drowning at Matapang Beach in Tumon. According to Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Capt. Andy Arceo the call was made to 911 at around 3:09 Sunday afternoon that a woman was unconscious and unresponsive.

Capt. Arceo adds when medics arrived to the scene, located directly behind the Tasi Condominium, Matapang Beach Park lifeguards and police were already performing CPR on the victim. Medics picked her up and transported her to GMH.

Her condition is not yet known.

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