by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Guam International Airport Authority's investigation into how a GCC student was injured during a mandatory federal drill, has been completed and is under review by airport management. Jimmy Lomibao volunteered to participate but was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital suffering from broken bones and bruises.
Although GIAA is not releasing specific details of the findings, a press release states his injuries were unfortunate and "the result of an aberration from the planned exercise, and the airport is taking the allegations against its employees very seriously". The airport board meets this Thursday during which chairperson Mike Ysrael says he hopes to hear an update on the report and actions that may be taken against those involved.
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