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Man hit by car in Yigo

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department is investigating an auto-pedestrian accident that was reported on Chalan La Chance in Yigo by G-Mart. A male individual was struck by a 2008 Mercury Mulan driven by a man with the U.S. Air Force just after 8 o'clock on Sunday night. The pedestrian, who is thought to be Micronesian, was noted as walking unsafely north on the outer southbound lane.

Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Captain Andy Arceo says medics arrived on the scene to transport the pedestrian, who is thought to be Micronesian, to the Guam Memorial Hospital in Tamuning, where he is in stable condition.

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